Mayor Deb Kozak reflects on her recent trip to Japan.
Deb Kozak reflects on kindness and public discourse in our city.
The beginning of a new year is both a time of personal contemplation and looking forward.
Mayor Deb Kozak on design processes, Nelson Commons, short term rentals, and more.
"We are not discussing pipes in the ground, but people, and that can get complicated."
It may come as no surprise to you that politicians have no shortage of things to talk about.
A New Year, with all of its promise, has begun. There was so much activity in 2015 that the time flew by. 2016 is shaping up to be the same.
Mayor Deb Kozak on water restrictions, bear sculptures, and the bravery of the Nelson Police Department's Cst. David Laing.
The heat of summer has arrived for the second — or is it third time round? — and has all of us thinking about water conservation.
Nelson Mayor Deb Kozak comments on the visit from the Lieutenant Governor of BC, plus local policing.
"The complex web of transit options from land, air and water deserve a closer look and a broader strategy."
With fall comes a burst of activity as everyone gets back into routine and that is what your city council is doing as well.
Summer in the Kootenays. Sunshine, cool water, festivals and friends make it the best place to staycation anytime, anywhere.
The Provincial Government recently proposed a Bill to create two zones for the Agricultural Land Reserve.
The Downtown Waterfront Committee met this week to look at the implementation of the first phase of the Hall Street Corridor.
I’m sitting in Vancouver airport waiting for a flight home. It has been a challenge with the weather in the Kootenays.
I’ve been thinking a lot about conversations lately, especially in light of the heated council meeting
I’m coming to the end of the long weekend as I write this and it’s been a good one, full of activities in and out of Nelson.
Whenever I’m in another city, I like to learn about what the council of the day is doing.