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Lisa Grant will begin her tenure as general manager for planning and development on Feb. 22, according to a media release from the regional district.
The RDN asked residents not to put out any extra waste that does not fit inside their recycling and garbage carts with lids fully closed.
The RDN said it will offer free drop off service at the Church Road Transfer Station in Parksville and the Regional Landfill because of the extended pickup delays.
Maureen Young was director of Electoral Area C for 16 years, serving and representing the Extension, East Wellington and Pleasant Valley areas.
The RDN Emergency Call Centre is open again today until 4:30 p.m. to answer questions regarding flooding in the region at 250-390-0940.
Pooled water remains at 380 Martindale Road (RDN Electoral Area G) and a rapid damage assessment will be completed on Nov. 17 when safe to do so, according to the RDN.
The RDN said it will free up resources to review building and development applications and respond to more complex information requests.
Up to 7,000 tonnes of biosolids from the Greater Nanaimo Pollution Control Centre (GNPCC) will be used each year at a new site located near Blackjack Ridge north of the Nanaimo Lakes.
The RDN’s Transit Redevelopment Strategy is focused on developing a plan for improving transit services over the next five years.
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is looking for volunteers with experience or interest in parks, recreation, culture, agriculture, waste management, planning or drinking water and watershed protection.

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