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‘Not in my backyard’ – Paradise residents over treatment centre

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More than 60 people attended a public meeting in Paradise Monday night to try to halt plans to put a treatment centre for mentally ill youth in their town. Health officials want to put the centre at the site of the former Paradise Elementary school, where about a dozen young people with complex mental health problems would be served. But the Paradise residents say that they don’t want the facility in the neighbourhood, and cut off health and town officials as they tried to speak at a two-hour meeting. The CBC reports that the group also didn’t want the media covering what they had to say – and no wonder… it doesn’t look good on them. Source: CBC

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Case for amalgamation ‘weak’ – report

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A consultant’s report commissioned by the City of St. John’s is suggesting that the case for amalgamating the Northeast Avalon isn’t strong. “The report does not present a compelling case for amalgamation and may in fact offer reinforcement to opponents of amalgamation,” wrote Robert Smart in a memo obtained by the CBC. Smart said the report found amalgamation would likely decrease taxes for St. John’s residents but increase taxes in Mount Pearl and Paradise. Source: CBC

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Government dishes out millions; Dunderdale says she is not buying votes

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Yesterday the provincial government committed a significant amount of funding for a variety of projects across the province. Supported projects include upgrades to the St. John’s Convention Centre, more money for the refurbishment of the COlonial Building, hockey arenas in Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, and Paradise, and a new swimming centre in Marystown. The announcements yesterday alone totalled more than $100 million. Electioneering? Buying votes? “If I were spending outside of the budget, then I could understand that kind of a criticism,” Dunderdale said Wednesday. “But telling people how their money is going to be spent, how that offends people given that the money was announced in April, I’m at a loss to understand.” Source: CBC

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