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Office tower officially begins construction

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The plan was to hold an official ceremony yesterday but since the weather was so ugly, the ceremony was held inside the convention centre instead. The ceremony marked the official start of the first new office building in the downtown area in more than 25 years. For a picture of the building, visit The Telegram’s page here. The building will be 6 floors high, include hundreds of parking spaces for the public, revitalize the West end of Water Street, and even have an aesthetically pleasing face to the waterfront. What more can you ask for? Source: The Telegram

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Fire at the old CBC building

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Half a dozen fire trucks arrived at the former CBC Radio building on Duckworth Street just after 6:30 p.m. to find black, thick smoke pouring out of the top floor. Superintendent Don Byrne of the St. John’s fire department said two crews of firefighters went into the building initially. He said they traced the fire’s origins to the third and fourth floors; the fire was under control within an hour. Byrne said firefighters and RNC investigators were back inside the building last night to try to find the cause. Source: CBC

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St. John’s looking to change arrangement with province

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The Telegram is reporting today that St. Johns wants the province to change its financial relationship with the capital city. “Currently, the city gets a $3-million annual operating grant from the province, and capital works projects are split 70-30, with the province paying the lion’s share. However, O’Keefe said the city is willing to forgo the grant and pay half the cost of major projects if the province is willing to start paying for its building permits and taxes on provincial buildings, from which it is currently exempt.” As the federal government pays taxes and permit fees for its properties, this is an interesting issue for the Provincial government. Source: The Telegram

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Developer looking for two more stories

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St. John’s City Council says that a proposal by Deacon Investments Limited to add two more stories to a proposed building complex at Hamilton Avenue and Job Street will be allowed to move forward, but it hasn’t been fully approved yet. Council has agreed that the current Land Use Assessment Report already in place would cover the additional two stories, but the project will still be subject to a review and public hearing before being fully approved. If approved, the company says they would use the added two floors of space for condominiums. A rendering of the proposed building can be found below, courtesy of NTV News. Source: VOCM

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