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Council

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Council debates carriage home provisions

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chornicle Carriage home rules are being reviewed with the idea of encouraging more of these dwelling units in the Town of Oliver. Council...

Baldy gives meaning to Mondays

No need to worry about coming down with a case of the Mondays at the ski hill. And every...

Number of properties increase in Oliver

Lyonel DohertyOliver Chronicle The total assessment roll value in the Town of Oliver has increased by 10.7 per cent...

No one’s jonesin’ to sell weed legally

Oliver Chronicle staff The Town of Oliver has not received any cannabis licensing applications yet but there may be...

Council adopts sewer tax rates

Oliver Chronicle staff The Town of Oliver has adopted amendment bylaws for sewer user and parcel tax rates.

Tuc-el-Nuit Christmas Concert 2018

https://youtu.be/rMTMdO8HTt4 Tuc-el-Nuit Elementary students have finished rehearsing for their annual Christmas concert that takes the stage at...

Town seeks grant for wastewater upgrades

By Lyonel DohertyOliver Chronicle The Town of Oliver is crossing its fingers for a $4.6 million grant to upgrade...

Town opts for maximum grant funding for canal

By Lyonel DohertyOliver Chronicle The Town of Oliver is going big in its funding application to reroute the siphon...

Board frowns on non-farm use in Oliver

By Lyonel DohertyOliver Chronicle The regional district is not giving its blessing to an application for a vehicle rental...

Council crunching numbers for canal fix

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Town council is crunching the numbers with its consultant to determine how much a canal fix project will truly cost Oliver. Recently,...

‘Pocket ashtray’ proposal pitched

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Pocket ashtrays are coming to a park near you. On Monday, Parks and Recreation manager Carol Sheridan addressed Town council about a...

New mayor raring to go

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Oliver’s new mayor can’t wait to get to work on Town council. Last week’s inauguration and swearing in ceremony filled council chambers...

Water councillors ‘excused’ from meeting

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle History was made at Tuesday’s Town council meeting when water councillors were “excused” not long after the meeting began. Councillors Rick Machial...

Code of conduct to undergo changes

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle A code of conduct for Town of Oliver employees is undergoing some changes. On Tuesday, council reviewed the draft document that outlines...

Candidates outline their plan to benefit youth

By Lyonel Doherty When federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna recently announced plans to move forward with a national park reserve, she made a point of...