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Victoria city council voted to minimize its admission rate increases. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)

Victoria votes to keep recreational admission fee increase to a minimum

In January 2020 fees will go up by two per cent, rentals up 4.7 per cent

Victoria city council voted to minimize its admission rate increases. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)
Victoria City Council are trying to get the public opinion on a significant salary increase. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)

Municipal watchdog calls Victoria councillors’ request for salary increase ‘boneheaded’

Grumpy Taxpayer$ wish to see reductions in councillor wages to meet local average

Victoria City Council are trying to get the public opinion on a significant salary increase. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)
Council members are asking for a considerable raise from city tax payers. (Screenshot/ Victoria.ca)

Victoria councillors ask taxpayers for opinions on 55 per cent wage increase

Council seeks feedback on the request in an online budget survey

Council members are asking for a considerable raise from city tax payers. (Screenshot/ Victoria.ca)
Coun. Zeb King says changes need to be made across the region in regards to prioritizing public transit. (Keri Coles/News staff)

Central Saanich councillor offers counter-challenge to Victoria’s bus-riding motion

Councillor says Victoria can take things further by eliminating political perks

Coun. Zeb King says changes need to be made across the region in regards to prioritizing public transit. (Keri Coles/News staff)
North Saanich Municipal Hall. The District released its annual report last week. (Peninsula News Review)

Building permits down, accumulated surplus up $4.3M notes North Saanich annual report

21 per cent of $21.6 million tax haul comes from water/sewer fees, largest debt due to sewer infrastructure

North Saanich Municipal Hall. The District released its annual report last week. (Peninsula News Review)
Central Saanich released their 2018 annual report detailing changes to the District’s financial position. (Peninsula News Review File)

Central Saanich annual report details $5.7 million improvement

Butchart Gardens the District’s largest taxpayer, shelling out $499,104 for 2018

Central Saanich released their 2018 annual report detailing changes to the District’s financial position. (Peninsula News Review File)
Child minding options will be available every second and fourth Thursday at City Hall (File photo)

City of Victoria offers free childminding during council meetings

Beginning on May 9, children age six months and older can be dropped off at City Hall

Child minding options will be available every second and fourth Thursday at City Hall (File photo)
Mayor and council will vote on a motion supporting a public inquiry into money laundering on Thursday. (File photo)

Victoria City Councillors call for further investigation into money laundering

A motion coming to council supports a public inquiry into investments linked to the opioid crisis

Mayor and council will vote on a motion supporting a public inquiry into money laundering on Thursday. (File photo)
The creation of cannabis lounges in Victoria, after marijuana is legalized this fall was discussed at yesterday’s city council meeting.                                File photo

Cannabis lounge idea to be floated at Victoria council meeting

Coun. Ben Isitt wants to explore smoking area options for marijuana users after legalization

The creation of cannabis lounges in Victoria, after marijuana is legalized this fall was discussed at yesterday’s city council meeting.                                File photo
Victoria city council news in brief

Victoria city council news in brief

Decisions made, discussions had at city hall

Victoria city council news in brief