Sign designs finalized by economic development committee

Greenwood Economic Development Committee plans for new signage at the city's entrances are complete.

The Greenwood Economic Development Committee (GEDC) finalized design decisions at its June 18 meeting for new signage at the smokestacks at each end of the city.

“That’s going to be a go,” said GEDC President Jim Nathorst. “I think we have enough money with what has been set aside by the city and what the Board of Trade raised at our fundraiser. So hopefully before too long we will have brand new signs at either end of town.

“We are not going to have any more regular economic development meetings,” Nathorst told the Times. Rather, they will be at the call of the chair.

“Because we are at a standstill. We need to get some grant money if we are going to do that water display at the A-frame that we talked about. It’s too much money to try and raise on our own.”

 

Just Posted

Proposals due for youth-led Boundary projects

$15,000 available for youth-led community betterment projects in the Boundary

Latest round of Columbia River Treaty talks wrap up in Cranbrook

Federal, provincial, U.S. and Indigenous representatives recently met for eight round of discussions

Cannabis beverages to be bottled in Bridesville

Vancouver-based BevCanna also plans on growing cannabis nearby

First Nations given max compensation for Ottawa’s child-welfare discrimination

2016 ruling said feds didn’t give same funding for on-reserve kids as was given to off-reserve kids

People’s Party candidate in South Okanagan-West Kootenay steps forward

Taylor talks about PPC platforms on economics, immigration and climate change

VIDEO: Vancouver Island mayor details emergency response after fatal bus crash

Sharie Minions says she is ‘appalled’ by condition of road where bus crashed

Federal party leaders address gun violence after weekend shooting near Toronto

One teen was killed and five people injured in the shooting

Conservatives promise tax cut that they say will address Liberal increases

Scheer says the cut would apply to the lowest income bracket

B.C. VIEWS: Cutting wood waste produces some bleeding

Value-added industry slowly grows as big sawmills close

Fewer trees, higher costs blamed for devastating downturn in B.C. forestry

Some say the high cost of logs is the major cause of the industry’s decline in B.C.

Federal food safety watchdog says batch of baby formula recalled

The agency says it’s conducting a food safety investigation

UVic president offers condolences after two students killed in bus crash

‘We also grieve with those closest to these members of our campus community,’ Cassels says

Coming Home: B.C. fire chief and disaster dog return from hurricane-ravaged Bahamas

The pair spent roughly one week on Great Abaco Island assisting in relief efforts

Most Read