On May 9th, 2017 Council adopted the Official Community Plan (OCP) Amendment that would implement the Coronation Park Neighbourhood Plan. With the Land Use Plan adopted, staff will be working on a Financing Strategy over the coming months to further refine the details of the new infrastructure and amenities needed for the evolution of the neighbourhood, such as the new park, new road connection (in cooperation with Coquitlam) and new pedestrian overpass. To pay for this infrastructure, the Financing Strategy will also explore funding tools, such as revisions to the City Development Cost Charges (DCC) Bylaw, and developing Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) and Density Bonusing Programs..
I plugged it into my old Windows laptop and told it to look through all the documents I had on there. It went through almost 2,000 files (including some big PDFs) in under 8 minutes. However, telling it to check my entire (admittedly chock full) C: drive took hours.
It tears families apart. There is the IGA owner who, through no fault of their own, having increased their maintenance and done everything they possibly could, finds that their refrigeration gases have escaped and they have to find these extraordinary amounts of money which just are not there. Is it Maleny Dairies, or the butcher They are all in the same boat.
I cannot understand why anyone who has been paying some attention to the council meetings in 2017 would not agree with the point I am making. If you took a stop watch to each agenda item over the course of the year you would find what I am saying to be true: discussion and testimony on the rent control and marijuana ordinances exceeded time spent on other more important topics. Some of those meetings went until almost midnight, with public testimony by dozens of people who don’t even live in Concord..
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