Old poli­cies re­viewed

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COR­NER BROOK, N.L. — The City of Cor­ner Brook did a lit­tle up­date on some of its poli­cies dur­ing its pub­lic meet­ing Sept. 16, in­clud­ing re­mov­ing a few that are no longer rel­e­vant. Four­teen poli­cies were iden­ti­fied through a staff re­view and re­scinded by coun­cil dur­ing the meet­ing. They in­clude 12 poli­cies re­lated to a sum­mer pro­gram the city no longer of­fers; a com­puter pur­chase pro­gram that has been dis­con­tin­ued, and dog li­cences, which are now cov­ered un­der the city’s an­i­mal reg­u­la­tions. Coun­cil also voted to re­peal its cur­rent park­ing me­ter by­law and re­place it with a new one. The change will bring reg­u­la­tions in line with the pro­vin­cial High­way Traf­fic Act and the its Ac­ces­si­ble Park­ing Reg­u­la­tions. The new by­law will list the amounts of park­ing fines which are not ref­er­enced in the High­way Traf­fic Act.

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