Public Hearing – December 2nd, 2020 – A Pleasant Hope Shines Through East Van’s Trees, While Rental Homes Look For A Safeway Through Vancouver’s Asphalt Transformation

Public Hearing – December 2nd, 2020Update 12/03/20 – The public hearing has recessed, and will resume on December 10th at 6pm. As such, one can still send in correspondence or sign up to speak on Items 6 & 7.Considering the difficulties we’ve all experienced this year, Hannah and I are grateful Vancouver’s second last public hearing... Continue Reading →

October 27th 2020 Public Hearing – Letters Flood City Hall as Economic Terror Threatens Mount Pleasant, While Middle Class Rental Homes Panic West Point Grey

Public Hearing – October 27th 2020While we may have spent most of our Halloween puns earlier this month, this night has far more of a connection to that holiday. Whether it’s the focus on public transit, the responses of hundreds of individuals, or the fear some have of renters, there’s a clear connection between the... Continue Reading →

Public Hearing – October 6th, 2020 – World Class Aspirations Seek To Light Up Downtown, As Vancouver’s Rental Conversion Continues

Public Hearing – October 6th, 2020Like anyone that has spent time at city hall, Hannah and I were well familiar with La Taqueria Pinche, but their new location has some gremlins, or rather a few existing, unpermitted mezzanines. That’s led to this night’s lone text amendment as, despite the struggles of operating a business during... Continue Reading →

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