Affordable housing initiatives, rezoning items on the outskirts of town and in city centre, the Re-Imagine Churchill Square concept plan, and more.
Poetry, audits, and Earth Month—it’s all here.
Things really ramped up this week in comparison to the previously sleepy state of Council Meetings through winter 2021.
The pedestrian mall returns! Also, Council hears complaints about some sugar cookies.
We’re rolling coverage from the March 10th Committee of the Whole meeting, and the last two Council meetings, into one grand piece to keep you caught up.
If you are a fan of poetry, affordable housing initiatives, and/or municipal capital allocations, then you are absolutely in for a treat.
An overview of the KPMG Mile One report, and breaking down an application for personal care home apartments in the East End.
Take a moment to lean in and listen to what’s happening around the council table. The little bit of normalcy, routine, and poking fun might cheer you up.
A decision on Voting By Mail, a sketchy attempt to knight Doc O’Keefe onto the Transportation Commission, and movement on the Parish Lane Development.
“We can’t pretend that the municipal sector, with its property tax, is going to be able to afford a billion dollars over the next 10 years.”
St. John’s City Council met for approximately 17 minutes this week—so we drilled down into some of the regulatory issues around heritage designation. Whee!