Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Nanaimo COW Meeting April 11 2016

Committee of the Whole Meeting
Mon., April 11/16
2:00 pm SARC

NOTE: This meeting is being held in the boardroom of the SARC Building on Dunsmuir Street and convenes at 2:00 pm.

  • 2016 - 2020 Financial Plan Workshop : to review the Financial Plan prior to the May adoption deadline.
  • Home based business - bakery - 5491 Rutherford Rd.
  • Municipal Natural Capital Pilot Study of the City of Nanaimo
  • College Park Water Supply Main - pipe supply tender
  • Delegations not related to Report to Council: Mr. Sinclair, Loaves and Fishes, Mr. Matthew O'Donnell re: pay raises, Ms. Cathy Brzoza re: CatNap Society

Democracy Is Too Important To Leave To The Politicians
Do Your Civic Duty By Getting Informed and Getting Involved

If you say: " I'm too busy just trying to keep it together to get involved, consider that perhaps, if you were more involved you might not be having so much trouble keeping it together "!

You can view this Council Meeting Agenda here - - -  Agenda .

If you can't attend council meetings in person (preferred) you can watch regular council meetings on Shaw cable channel #4. You can also watch the meetings live on the city website using this link. 

The regular city council meetings are the only ones broadcast live on either Shaw Cable or streaming video from the city website. The Committee of the Whole meetings, while not broadcast live on Shaw Cable are live streamed on the city website and are recorded and can be viewed on the city website HERE.


1 comment:

  1. Instead of the garbage we have going on here, witness the announcement in North Vancouver today

    North Vancouver's waterfront is set to undergo a redesign — the city is partnering with a developer to give the shipyards a new look.

    "We are going to change an old industrial shipyard building area wasteland into a great people orientated dynamic place," said Darrell Mussatto, mayor of North Vancouver.

    Presentation House Gallery: new building approved by North Vancouver
    The plan — which has been in the works for years — will be equipped with restaurants, shops, a boutique hotel, underground parking, an outdoor skating rink in the winter and a water park in the summer.

    "It's going to be a great place for people to gather all year-round," he said, "That can be the new gathering spot not just for the north shore, but be one of the better ones for the lower mainland," he said.

    Quay Property Management Corporation will fund the $35 million project and will lease the land from the City of North Vancouver. The city will pay $5 million for the remediation of the site."

    Now there is some forward thinking, by some equally forward thinking people.
    We seem to have a bunch of upset, whinging hacks, in this sad town :-(


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