It was three years ago Wednesday, that 12.8 percent of the eligible voters in Fort St. John turned out to cast ballots in a referendum.
55.9 percent of them then gave the city its requested approval, to borrow up to 15 million dollars over 30 years for the municipal portion of the construction costs of the Enerplex.
Now workers are placing the finishing touches on The Enerplex.
Facilities & Protective Services Director Jim Rogers provided an update to City Council on Monday night.
He says workers will continue installing windows, painting, and dry-walling during the next few weeks. Rogers also says the parking lot will soon take shape.
He says different discussions will be held on the development soon.