Speaking Municipally

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Summary

This week we found out what the Walterdale Bridge public art was supposed to look like, and why it was never installed. Plus, a plan from the city to prevent chopping down trees, and mayoral candidate signs chopped at oblong angles.

Show Notes

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

The Title
Spray Parks
Jets Bet
Agriculture Plan
Walterdale Bridge Art
Renaming Grandin
Public Trees
Election Signs
Regional Active Transit
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What is Speaking Municipally?

Taproot Edmonton presents a weekly discussion on key stories in municipal politics. We pay attention to City Council so you don't have to! Join us as we delve into conversations about the context surrounding decisions made at City Hall.