Council is back in socially-distant session at the Bunker, and it’s as glorious as you expected.
Council is also moving to get space adjacent to Bannerman Park for a mobile food vendor to lease. Do you hear that, taco trucks?!
Come for the updates on garage-top hotels and greenlighting deck roofs in a heritage zone. Stay for the rare photo documentation of Cllr Wally Collins.
Getting as much grinding done as possible before patching turns out to be the most financially efficient—unless referring to household strut-fixing budgets.
Let’s mentally splatter-paint our way through some kind of understanding of what is happening in our city’s bi-weekly teleconferences and see how we do!
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Council has three projects to look at approving this evening, which Councillor Frank Galgay says will give the city a significant financial boost – but all three would require rezoning properties. The first is for development of a 68 lot residential subdivision in the area of Stavanger Drive. The second is an application for the development of 244 condominiums in the Blackmarsh Road and Captain Whalen Drive area. The third comes from Manga Inc and involves an increase the number of condominiums proposed for the site of the old Star of the Sea Hall on Henry Street. This would mark the second time in recent months a developer has asked to increase the number of units in a new building already under construction. Source: VOCM