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• Memorial University’s board of regents has approved a decision in principle to stop accepting credit cards for tuition and residence fees. When final, the move is expected to save the university more than half a million dollars annually, since rewards programs like Aeroplan and Air Miles are driving up the fees.
• Despite being in the early stages of development, a proposed facility for the St. John’s waterfront that would treat wastewater from the offshore oil industry is getting a rough ride from local officials.
Coun. Tom Hann, chairman of the city’s planning and housing committee, tells The Telegram it will recommend council send a letter to the minister of environment opposing the development.
• For the average person paying a monthly electricity bill in this province, your bill will be less in a world with Muskrat Falls than in a world without it, according to both the provincial government and Nalcor Energy. On Tuesday the department released numbers showing what future electricity bills would be like with Muskrat Falls and without.
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