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POT TV - Vancouver City Councillors discussed new proposed regulations designed by City Staff to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in this meeting held on April 28, 2015. The public hearing on the new dispensary rules is Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at 6 pm. To register to speak at the Public Hearing regarding regulations for medical marijuana retail, please send your email to email@example.com after 8:30 am on Friday, May 29. Comments provided to Mayor and Council at firstname.lastname@example.org will be distributed to Council in advance of the hearing.
http://vancouver.katu.com/content/caught-video-vancouver-city-council-outburst VANCOUVER, Wash. - Things got a little out of hand, to say the least, at a recent city council meeting in Vancouver. And now one council woman is being investigated as a result. Jeanne Harris, who is running this year on a platform of building "a transportation system that makes it easier for us to http://vancouver.katu.com/content/caught-video-vancouver-city-council-outburst
http://vancouver.katu.com/content/vancouver-city-council-gavel-down-outburst-violated-code-ethics Earlier this month, City Council member Jeanne Harris got into a shouting match with a citizen at a city council meeting and later walked out. The City Council discussed the matter on Thursday and decided that she violated the council's code of ethics. http://vancouver.katu.com/content/vancouver-city-council-gavel-down-outburst-violated-code-ethics
Mayor Gregor Robertson thanks the World Green Building Council for awarding the City of Vancouver the Best Green Building Policy government leadership award. The Canada Green Building Council nominated Vancouver for the award. Vancouver has an ambitious goal of becoming the greenest city by 2020, and a plan that sets the course to get there. Find out more at: vancouver.ca
In a closed door session of council held January 11th 2016, the City of North Vancouver's support for a new museum in the Pipe-Shop was withdrawn, and the 5 million dollar matching donation agreement was terminated. The Mayor's 'Slate' voted as a block against continuing support for the Pipe-Shop Museum vision. The question is why? Why A Museum ? Why At The Shipyards ? Why In The Pipe-Shop ? Museums are often considered places at which we store relics, so that the very few who are interested, can look-back upon our history. While traditional Museums are generally used to display artifacts, that is not the concept which the North Vancouver Museum & Archives envisaged for this new state of the art facility. Which brings us to our first question: ‘Why A Museum'. Our 4 square mile City, ...
Peak Moment 35: Vancouver's food charter calls for a "just and sustainable food system." Council member Spring Gillard elaborates on city-wide collaborations to improve access to groceries, waste management, institutional food purchasing, and a goal of 2010 food-producing garden plots by 2010.
Vancouver Condo Real Estate Video Blog #270 - March 17, 2009 Being on a Vancouver Condo Strata Council is a Thankless Job Ian Watt video blogs about how being on a Vancouver Condo Strata council is a thankless job and how making an incentive for those who volunteer might bring out more candidates. If you want to voice your opinion or if you don't care for Ian's comments please email your feedback to email@example.com and visit http://www.ianwatt.ca/RealEstateVideos for all the Ian Watt Real Estate Video Blogs.
The Small Business Council is a development program that connects, educates and equips small business owners and entrepreneurs in Greater Vancouver to grow their networks and take their enterprises to the next level. Learn more at boardoftrade.com/SBC.
"My name is Emily Kelsall and I am a teenager who is scared for my future." On May 5th, 2014, Emily Kelsall, a 16-year-old citizen of West Vancouver, gave a presentation to her municipal councillors to put climate change warning labels on gas pumps. "Maybe our high school textbooks will look back on this and point to a small community that made an impact big enough to ripple and make changes to the course of history." Please visit http://ourhorizon.org to learn how you can bring this idea to your city councillors too.
KHẮC CHÍ, NGỌC BÍCH DIỄN TRONG CUỘC HỌP CỦA LÃNH ĐẠO THÀNH PHỐ VANCOUVER- email; firstname.lastname@example.org - tel; 1(604)2541602.
Each and every day, thousands of residents, businesses and commuters depend Vancouver’s street system to get where they want to go. To get a first-hand look at the successes and challenges facing this major community investment in infrastructure, the Vancouver City Council traveled a 50-mile route from the City’s most western boundaries to its most eastern vistas, covering many neighborhoods and major streets in between. Citizens can follow the same route as the Council’s Mobile Workshop by using the guidebook and map available at http://www.cityofvancouver.us/betterstreets
Footage from CVTV.