Regional District

Input will be provided to the RDN board of directors as part of the budget review process and will help identify which areas of service are most important to residents.
“The RDN needs to acknowledge that building permits aren’t just stacks of paper on a desk — they are roofs over people’s heads and that’s what the community needs right now,” said Mark Jones.
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) approved $91,112 in grant money across 27 organizations through community grants and Oceanside Services Recreation Grants.
Some directors pointed out the district’s limited ability to enforce a bylaw banning sale and/or discharge of fireworks.

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