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Posted On Saturday, 16 November, 2019

November 2019 DOK Newsletter, pg 1Our monthly District of Kitimat newsletters are posted on social media and distributed to various locations around town, including the museum, library, Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex and Riverlodge Recreation Centre.

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Posted On Monday, 28 October, 2019

Water Quality Advisory Lifted KITIMAT, BC – Effective October 28, 2019 at 3:30 p.m., the District of Kitimat in consultation with Northern Health, jointly lifted the Water Quality Advisory for all users of the District water system issued October 26, 2019. 
The advisory was issued due to elevated turbidity levels, which have returned to normal.
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For more information, please contact:
District of Kitimat, 250-632-8900

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Posted On Monday, 28 October, 2019

Water Quality Advisory, page 1 of 2 KITIMAT, BC - Effective October 26, 2019, the District of Kitimat water system is under a Water Quality Advisory . Northern Health recommends that children, pregnant women, the elderly and persons with weakened immune systems drink boiled water at this time.
All owners of public premises must make patrons aware of this Water Quality Advisory.
A Water Quality Advisory is being issued to all users of the Kitimat Community Water System due to elevated turbidity levels...

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Posted On Friday, 11 October, 2019

19-10-11_DoK Press Release_Free Bus Service on Election Day KITIMAT, BC - The District of Kitimat and BC Transit are making it easier for voters to get to the polls on election day by offering free fare on routes 1 Whitesail, 2 Nechako and 3 Kildala on Monday, October 21.
Free election day bus service will also be valid for handyDART.
For more information about transit in Kitimat, visit bctransit.com/kitimat .
For information on where you can vote, visit the Elections Canada  website.
 
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Posted On Friday, 04 October, 2019

Amendments to Temporary Use Permit Regulations, page 1 of 2 OCTOBER 4, 2019  - The District of Kitimat is considering amendments to the Official Community Plan (OCP) and zoning in the Kitimat Municipal Code related to temporary use permits (TUPs).  A TUP is a development application requesting approval from Council, or delegate, for a short-term land use that is not permitted by zoning at a specific property.  If proposed new regulation is adopted by Kitimat Council, TUPs will be possible in more zones. The draft...
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