Omitted details available for Esquimalt centennial book

New councillors' information included on addendum to literary work

Anyone who bought a new book celebrating the past 100 years in Esquimalt are invited to pick up one additional page.

Information on Esquimalt’s newest municipal councillors, Tim Morrison and Dave Hodgins, was inadvertently omitted from the 144-page work entitled, Esquimalt Centennial, 1912–2012.

The inserts are available for people who purchased the book, at no extra cost, at the Esquimalt Municipal Archives. The archives, located at 1149A Esquimalt Rd., are open Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to noon.

emccracken@vicnews.com

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