In an interview with Gagandeep Ghuman, Squamish Community Foundation president Doug Hackett and communication coordinator Dave Thomson explain the process and the intent of Vital Signs
The district plans to be a part of the North Shore Bylaw Notice Dispute Adjudication Registry to create a simple, fair, and cost effective way to collect fines.
Andrea Zander would be surprised if she didn’t get any calls or messages or Facebook messages this week asking her about space available in her child care centre in Valleycliffe.
The owner of a private commuter bus plans to add one more bus to the existing private transit service to Vancouver. Eduardo Torres, the owner of Squamish Connector Bus, said the company will add another 21-seater bus in February.
Frustrated with the time it took to rezone the property, Bemmel is putting the property up for sale. In the two years it took to rezone the property, the momentum for the project fizzled away, Bemmel said.
Fortis is also planning to twin its existing natural gas pipeline from Port Coquitlam to Squamish. The new pipeline, 24 inch thick, is expected to deliver 228 million cubic feet of gas every day to Woodfibre LNG. For citizens like Herbert Vesley, the gas pipeline old and the proposed new pipeline will pass too close to home.
Waste of tax payer’s money, economic development, infrastructure, public safety and transit are some of the key issues citizens would like the council to focus on.
When Krista Lawson decided to move to Squamish last year, she knew it’d be difficult to get a permanent, full-time, job in a small town. But she never imagined it would be this difficult.