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Next session of City’s free building and land development forum Jan. 16

The first of this year’s one-hour lunch ’n’ learn sessions for the local building and development industry will occur Jan. 16 with a focus on security, bonds and building inspections.

City building inspectors will share information on a variety of issues, including: an overview of security, bonds and building inspections as well as requirements for perimeter drains, rain water leaders, emulsions application, framing and truss specifications, plumbing, insulation and requirements for occupancy and final building inspection. Local industry professionals interested in attending are reminded to bring their own brown bag lunch, and reserve a spot by calling the Land Use Services at 250-286-5725.

The forum will take place at noon, Wednesday, Jan. 16 at the Enterprise Centre beside City Hall.

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