Opportunity for Input on March 24
The District’s Draft 2014 – 2018 Financial Plan contains our proposed operating and capital budget, highlights of our work program, and the proposed tax increase for 2014. Join us on March 24 (7:00 p.m.) – that’s your opportunity to provide input on the Plan. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, March 18, 7 pm
Join us Tuesday, March 18, 7 pm at District Hall (355 W. Queens Rd) to discuss the redevelopment of the Lynn Valley United Church site. The proposed development will consist of a new church, and a four storey building with 71 strata-title units and four affordable rental units (owned by the North Shore Disability Resource Centre). For details on how you can provide your input to Council view the Public Hearing Notice. To review the staff report related to this proposal click here.
Wednesday March 12 - Friday, March 14
We are flushing the water mains in the Lynn Valley area this week in order to remove sediment and maintain high water quality. The affected areas include: Kirkstone Pl., Kirkstone Rd., Ennerdale Rd., Magnussen Pl., Rufus Dr., E. 16th St., E. 21st St., Eastview Rd., Casano Rd. Work will occur Wednesday, March 12 to Friday, March 14, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (approximately). For more details, click here.
March 10 - 16 and March 18 - 20
If you're planning on heading to Deep Cove this week, please be aware that film crews will be working in the area. They will be closing Gallant Avenue March 12, 13 & 14 (detours will be in place). Please follow all signs and flag person directions.
Water main replacement on East 29th St (William Ave to Lynn Valley Rd) is underway and is expected to be complete by May. Traffic delays are expected, and drivers are advised to consider using an alternate route during construction. Please follow all signs and flag person directions. Stay tuned for updates.
Night work underway
Crews are replacing a water main on Harbour Avenue (Main St. to Rupert St.). To reduce the impact on area traffic work will happen at night (8 pm - 6 am). It is expected to take two weeks to complete. Please follow all signs and flag person direction. Thanks for your patience as we complete this important work.
Work on the north and south sides of the parkway between Seymour Blvd and Riverside Drive continues. For more info on this project, including the environmental protection plan and the habitat restoration plan, please visit dnv.org/mspbridge.
The demolition process at William Griffin has begun. The first step is to remove materials from inside the facility. This portion of the process will take up to five weeks. The playing field remains open during this time.
Curious about the design and floorplans for the new centre? Visit our project web page to have a look.
Do you know a young person who deserves recognition for their achievements and contribution to the community? Nominate them for a Civic Youth Award. The program recognizes District youth (10 to 24 years old) for outstanding achievements. Find more details here. The nomination deadline is March 12, 2014.
Work continues this week on Mountain Highway area sewer upgrade
Work continues on the Mountain Highway section (Rupert St to Keith Rd) of the Seylynn area sewer upgrade. Traffic delays are expected and detours will be in place. This work is necessary as crews continue the upgrade to the area sewer system, which is under the roadway. Please allow extra time when travelling in the area. Visit seylynnvillage.ca for updates.
District Council has voted in favour of applying for intervener status regarding Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline. We expect to hear from the National Energy Board on the status of our application by the end of March. Review Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline Application to the National Energy Board here.