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Hearing three presentations and appointing a new deputy mayor, as well as dealing with staff Christmas bonuses, were all on the agenda during Town of Antigonish town council regular monthly public meeting Nov. 17. PHOTO: File

A reduction in the amount of Christmas bonuses for town staff passed in a close vote during Monday’s regular monthly public meeting for Antigonish Town Council. The subject came up as part of the ‘new business’ segment on Monday’s agenda and in a four-to-three vote, the bonus for full-time staff was reduced from $375 to $250. Part-time staff’s $50 bonus remains the same. In calling for the status quo regarding [...]

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