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Residents have until March 15 to sign book of condolence for Michael Vagnini

In honour of the late city councillor Michael Vagnini, flags at Greater Sudbury facilities are being flown at half-mast. (File) In honour of the late city councillor Michael Vagnini, flags at Greater Sudbury facilities are being flown at half-mast. (File)
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Residents in Greater Sudbury are invited to sign a book of condolences for the family and friends of the late Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini.

"In the wake of this tragic loss, we commemorate a man whose profound generosity and unwavering dedication to this community will never be forgotten,” Mayor Paul Lefebvre said in a news release Friday.

“I encourage all those who wish to extend their condolences and provide words of comfort to the family and friends of the late Coun. Vagnini to visit one of the various locations in our community over the coming weeks.”

Residents can sign the book of condolences between Feb. 21 and March 15 at the following locations:

  • Tom Davies Square – One Stop Services, 200 Brady St., Sudbury.
  • McClelland Community Centre and Arena, 37 Veterans Rd., Copper Cliff.
  • Lively Library and Citizen Service Centre, 15 Kin Dr., Lively.
  • T.M. Davies Community Centre and Arena, 325 Anderson Dr., Lively.

An online book of condolences is also available here for those who wish to send messages or submit photos.

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