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P.A. Launches Community Services Plan Process

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February 17, 2017 at 10:10 am - Home, Local News
By Cam Lee

The city of Prince Albert wants to hear residents’ thoughts on arts, recreation and culture in the community.

“We just launched here in 2017 a review of our Community Services Master Plan” explains Director of Community Services Jody Boulet.

“The former plan was created in 2007 and covered the previous 10 years, and now we’re looking to map out the priorities for the community for the next 10 years.”

He says public feedback is key.

“That’s fundamental to the process” says Boulet.

“We want to make sure that this isn’t just an internal plan, it certainly needs to speak to the residents, and also to the region.”

Boulet says the city will compile the information from the surveys and make a presentation to council later this year.

“We’ll be moving to draft form of the document in June, we’ll then take the draft form back out to the public during the summer months to make sure we’re hitting the targets, make sure we’re capturing the feedback appropriately.” says Boulet.

The city will then come back with a second draft in late August or early September, with the final copy taken to council in October or November.

Visit letstalkprincealbert.ca or a variety of local facilities to fill out the survey by April 28th.

Those who fill out the surveys will be eligible for monthly draws for a 3 month Family Recreation Pass.

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