Quiet mid-winter Lennoxville borough meeting

David Rossiter, Special to The Record
Quiet mid-winter Lennoxville borough meeting
One of the many blocks of snow placed at Square Queen sculpted by creative locals. A number of untouched blocks are still sitting in the square waiting to be transformed into chilly works of art. (Photo : Matthew McCully)

Lennoxville’s first borough council meeting of 2021 was a quiet one. No questions were submitted from the public, and the meeting dealt mostly with the regular running of the borough.
The meeting took place on Jan. 26 by videoconference.
During the pandemic, members of the public have not been able to attend in person, but residents are welcome to send questions in advance, which are answered during the meeting. An audio recording of the meetings is then posted on the Ville de Sherbrooke website, organized by borough and date.
The meeting moved quickly with a brief agenda.
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