Pro-amalgamation Party hosts meeting at Uptown

Pro-Amalgamation advocates meet Sept. 9 at Uptown's community meeting room

The Pro-Amalgamation Party is holding a public meeting on Sept. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. Uptown, 3440 Saanich Rd.

The group meets in the community meeting room, located on Level 1 Green next to Guest Services.

The residents group supports a referendum ballot question during the municipal elections to determine if there is enough local support to authorize an in depth study into municipal amalgamation models, conduct public hearings and present options to municipal leaders.

For more information, go online to proamalgamation.ca.

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