CCRD releases first ever Annual Report

Central Coast Regional District releases first ever Annual Report

The Central Coast Regional District (CCRD) Board of Directors is proud to release its first ever Annual Report.

2013 has been a year of transitions at the Central Coast Regional District! The Central Coast Regional District 2013 Annual Report outlines activities in 2013, and our financial expenditures.  It also addresses the Board Strategic Priorities for 2014.

The 2013 Annual Report will be delivered to homes in the Bella Coola Valley during the second week of May.  Outer coast residents will be able to obtain copies of the 2013 Annual Report from their Electoral Area Director, at Denny Island (Cathi McCullagh) or Bella Bella (Reg Moody-Humchitt).

If you haven’t received a copy of the Central Coast Regional District 2013 Annual Report, it will be available from our office at 626 Cliff Street, Bella Coola or from our website: www.ccrd-bc.ca

 

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