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Hatzic transit a no-go

A district report on implementing transit service to Hatzic Secondary has revealed a $430,000 annual price tag, prompting Coun. Jenny Stevens to say the district can’t afford it.

Coun. Paul Horn quipped that over a five-year term it would be cheaper to simply move the school. Council will meet with the school board at a later date to discuss options.

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