Development and Democracy - Community Town Hall Meetings with Councillor Adriane Carr


In neighbourhoods across Vancouver, community planning processes and development decisions by Vancouver City Council have provoked a democratic crisis and raised the question: how much of a say should the citizens of Vancouver have over how their neighbourhoods develop over the coming years and decades?

Green Party City Councilor Adriane Carr wants to hear from YOU so that she can better represent your aspirations, expectations and concerns at the Council table. What is important and valuable to you about your neighbourhood, and how would you like to see it evolve over time? How would you like City Hall to consult with you and your neighbours prior to making major development decisions that significantly impact the character of the place you call home?

Please join Green Party City Councillor Adriane Carr together with former Vancouver City Planner Peter Burch and UBC Chair of Urban Design Patrick Condon in a series of special Town Hall meetings where the focus is on your thoughts and your voice.

    West End: Saturday Nov. 2, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, St. Paul's Church, 1130 Jervis Street
    Grandview-Woodland: Saturday Nov. 2, 2:30-4:30 pm, Britannia Community Centre /Eastside Family Place,                         Canuck's Room, William Street at Grandview Park
    Marpole: Wednesday Nov. 6, 7:00-9:30 pm, Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre, 990 W. 59th Avenue

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