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So Moved, St. John’s: March Municipal Megapost

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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.

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So Moved, St. John’s: 8 March 2021

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If you are a fan of poetry, affordable housing initiatives, and/or municipal capital allocations, then you are absolutely in for a treat.

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An Empty Lot on Eric Street Holds the Key to the City

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A clash between affordable housing advocates, community gardeners, & neighbours neatly illustrates the promises and perils of urban planning in St. John’s.

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So Moved, St. John’s: 16 November 2020

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Everybody Deserves A Home We got things started with a proclamation for National Housing Day, taking place on Sunday, November 22nd. Mayor Breen reminds us that “having a safe, secure home is a basic human right and a key pathway out of poverty.” To mark the occasion, we will see online events (such as a housing-needs assessment workshop), funder pitch-sessions, the launch of a video highlighting partners in the housing sector, a CMHC-hosted “Let’s Talk Housing” meeting (which took place Monday morning), and “a NIMBY campaign,” adds Deputy Mayor O’Leary..  For the uninitiated, NIMBY means “not in my backyard.” It’s a thinly-veiled pejorative phrase, carrying the sentiment that Greg (think: property-owner from Hot Fuzz) doesn’t have a problem with multiplexes per se, but he just doesn’t want them next to his three-thousand square-foot house and award-winning azaleas. That’s all.  Rather than a NIMBY campaign (that truly sounds dreadful), I’m betting…

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Shrive to do better

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Yesterday was ‘Pancake Day’, and there was also much talk about homelessness. Let’s not keep it to a single day.

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