CITY of North Vancouver council is looking to create a "vision" for its central waterfront district.
MY reaction after comparing the May 1 letter to the editor from North Vancouver councillors Guy Heywood (city) and Alan Nixon (district) with the May 12 letter from mayors Darrell Mussatto and Richard Walton was to ask if they sit on the same councils.
"If, at the end of the day, they have to go down St. Davids, they have to go down St. Davids."
Dear Editor: A recent letter from Couns. Guy Heywood (city) and Alan Nixon (district) in your May 1 issue reinforces the importance of Metro Vancouver's need to construct a new advanced wastewater treatment facility on the North Shore, and the support required from senior levels of government to do so. The new plant is necessary to meet commitments in Metro Vancouver's Integrated Liquid Waste and Resource Management Plan as well as to meet new regulatory requirements set by the federal and provincial governments.
City of North Vancouver councillor Rod Clark has publicly apologized for using a racial slur during a council debate on Monday night.
THE latest frustrated attempt by the City of North Vancouver to deal with Port Metro Vancouver descended to a racist slur at council Monday night.
Regarding your article "Keating to Halt Council Pay During Election," April 14, we have to say that it's about time. Coun. Keating opened his campaign office on Feb. 2 and has been very busy on Facebook, Twitter and door to door. On Feb. 23 he posted that he had knocked on more than 1,000 doors already. North Van City Voices wrote to the City of North Vancouver's mayor and council on March 18 with concerns about the Onni public hearing process. One of the comments we made in that letter was: "It has also been suggested that a councillor participating in an election campaign should take a leave of absence from his duties, because of the potential of a conflict of interest with competing loyalties between public duty and personal interests. We note that this week a councillor in Coquitlam has requested a leave of absence without pay during the campaign."
PORT Metro Vancouver has given its blessing to a controversial $120-million expansion of Richardson International's grain terminal in Moodyville.
DUPLEX owners in the City of North Vancouver will soon be allowed to build secondary suites, turning every duplex into a potential four-plex.
"It's not real surprising to me that people burn out. It's a tremendous amount of work."
LIKE the Dark Knight's Batcave or Superman's Fortress of Solitude, the "superheroes" of North Shore Rescue now have a lair to call home.
A developer is hoping the City of North Vancouver will sell off a piece of land in order to build small units designed specifically for low-to moderate-income earners wanting to own their own home.
NORTH Vancouver's popular Canada Day parade is marching off into the sunset after more than 100 years.
I'm writing this in response to your March 20 story, TransLink Appeals SeaBus Assessment.
RESIDENTS of Moodyville on edge about whether their neighbourhood is about to become a corridor for high-voltage power lines will have to wait at least one week more.
"BC Hydro trumps us, Port Metro Vancouver trumps us, and all we can do is let them know how upset we are. Hopefully they're listening."
CITY of North Vancouver council is hoping it can persuade Port Metro Vancouver to do right by Moodyville residents and find a new route for its high-voltage transmission lines on the eve of a fateful decision by the port.
MONEY for job and skills retraining, and a commitment to share the costs of municipal infrastructure projects marked the highlights of the federal government's 2013 budget on Thursday.
CITY of North Vancouver council has given approval to Onni Group's request for a massive redevelopment of the Safeway site at Lonsdale Avenue and 13th Street.