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Referendum 2013: What you need to know

The polls are open for the Regina Referendum on how to fund the waste water treatment plant. Raul Viceral/Global News

REGINA – The polls will open tomorrow for the Regina Referendum on how to fund the wastewater treatment plant.

Here is a quick guide on what you need to know before you head to the polls to cast your ballot on September 25th.

WHO: Anyone who is over the age of 18 who has been living in the city for the last six months are required to bring in two pieces of identification and one must include an address or photo identification.

WHAT: The yes or no question on the ballot will read:

“That the council of the City of Regina publicly finance, operate and maintain the new wastewater treatment plant for Regina through a traditional Design, Bid, Build (DBB) approach.”

WHERE: Eligible voters must vote in their ward and can find their polling location at ReginaReferendum.ca

WHEN: The polls open up on Wednesday September 25th at 9 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m.

WHY: To decide the future of Regina’s Waste Water Treatment Plant.

The Forum at Regina’s City hall will be open to the public starting at 7 p.m. and once the polls have all closed the results will be posted on screens in the Forum and on ReginaReferendum.ca as they become available.

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