New projects at the heart of the discussions of the municipal council in Fort-Coulonge
Article published on 8 March 2021
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The mayor of Fort-Coulonge, Debbie Laporte, was in the studios of CHIP 101.9 where she discussed the main challenges of her council and she wished to reassure the population.

“We meet regularly and now we can greet people at the municipal office, one at a time. Those interested in our meetings can also listen to them via our website and our Facebook page. I can tell you that it is progressing, ”said Debbie Laporte enthusiastically.

Debbie Laporte highlighted the good news that has taken place in the municipality of Fort-Coulonge in recent weeks, namely the arrival of new businesses.

“We saw two new restaurants in a few weeks, but we should also have other businesses to be added. It also allowed us to have new ideas, among others concerning the small park located near the post office that we are going to develop soon, ”said Debbie Laporte.

Debbie Laporte also highlighted the purchase of equipment in the last year for the municipality, as well as the arrival of new construction projects.

The full interview with Debbie Laporte is available here.

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