If the city council wants to balance their budget without raising taxes in 2021 or 2022, they need to find over $15 million.
Recently, the Lethbridge city council debated reducing public transit service during off-peak times because of low ridership during the pandemic.
Reading the article prompted me to comb through all the council meetings since 2017 to check the attendance record for city council. Here’s what I found.
Shortly after Lethbridge City Council passed the conversion therapy bylaw earlier this week, someone reached out to me to have me publish this follow-up story.
If the “Defund the Watch” organizers requested to present to city council, why are they listed as a written submission? And why is Hyggen’s name next to their submission?
Last month, Lethbridge city council passed first reading of Bylaw 6228, which would prohibit the business practice of conversion therapy. Second reading was scheduled to occur on Monday. Blaine Hyggen and Joe Mauro want to delay it.
Lethbridge City Council approved first reading Monday their new conversion therapy bylaw by a vote of 7–2.
The City of Lethbridge recently published city council travel expenses. I collected and graphed the data for the last 3 years.