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â€¢ A man arrested last night in connection to a string of sexual assaults is due in court this morning.â€ˆHours after holding a Monday afternoon news conference linking one suspect to five separate assaults in the downtown area, police reported they had a man in custody. Check www.thetelegram.com for details on his court appearance.
â€¢ Premier Kathy Dunderdale said Monday as far as sheâ€™s concerned, the government would be on the hook for cleaning up an environmental mess at the abandoned Abitibi mill in Grand Falls-Windsor even if it hadnâ€™t accidentally expropriated it in 2008. But she still plans legislation to make sure the government doesnâ€™t get stuck with the bill again.
â€¢ Itâ€™s going to cost the City of St. Johnâ€™s $8 million more in 2013 to provide the same services to its residents than it did last year, and it will do it without increasing homeownersâ€™ water and property taxes. However, the city will receive more revenue as a result of higher property assessments that will see the value of some properties increase by more than 47 per cent.
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