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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
Vancouver's got a lot to be excited about when it comes to future transit updates. From service improvements and new B-Lines, to a Broadway Skytrain Extension and Surrey Light Rail, we'll cover it all. But first: who's behind this changes? ---- My Media ---- Support Me On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thisherevancouver Twitter: @herevancouver https://www.Facebook.com/thisherevancouver @joshmessmer Blog: https://joshmessmer.tumblr.com My Films & Art: https://www.JoshMessmer.com Art & Culture Video Essays: https://www.messmersmusings.com Vancouver Videos: https://www.thisherevancouver.com ---- More About the Video ---- Royalty-Free Music by Chuki Video Made with Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop Recorded with Audio-Technica and Tascam equipment
Protesters occupied council chambers at Vancouver City Hall Tuesday, disrupting a council meeting to protest the city's ongoing homeless crisis. The group consisted of activists and residents from various organizations and hotspots in Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside, including the Balmoral Hotel, the "Ten Year Tent City," the Carnegie Community Action Project, the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) and others. Jean Swanson, of the Carnegie Community Action Project, took Mayor Gregor Robertson's chair shortly before noon.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org after 8:30 am on Friday, May 29. Comments provided to Mayor and Council at email@example.com will be distributed to Council in advance of the hearing.
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
The District of West Vancouver is threatening to tear down a multi-million dollar home after dealing with a four-year dispute over building permits. According to a staff report, the home at 733 20th St was built without building permits, proper inspections or adherence to district bylaws.
http://www.emfnews.org/store/home-cell-phone-and-mobile-tower-radiation-meters.html http://www.emfnews.org/store/home-cell-phone-and-mobile-tower-radiation-meters/radio-frequency-microwave-meters.html Vancouver city council has joined a growing chorus of local municipalities asking BC Hydro to allow electricity users to opt out of having smart meters installed in their homes. But it also said Hydro should continue to research alternatives for real-time measurement of energy consumption, and asked it to beef up it security to protect individual household privacy. In modifying and adopting a motion by Coun. Adriane Carr, the lone Green councillor supporting the continued voluntary use of conventional analogue meters, Vancouver council joined nearly 40 other B.C. municipalities in trying t...
We could soon know whether council will vote to bring in a tax based on 1 % of the property's assessed value.
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.
Here are some clips from my encounter with City of Vancouver noise bylaw drones on June 9/2017, 3 pm. I could have posted more footage, but only wanted to highlight the most questionable moments, the ones where their supervisors sit them down for a talk and hopefully try to educate. This sermon went on for 20 minutes. They made good money with their well paying city jobs, shutting down creativity in the time honoured tradition of fascism everywhere, while I made ZERO money due to their rude interruption in the middle of my emotional improv performance. If that wasn't enough, I got incredibly inappropriate advice from her that "Starbucks is hiring". Read that again. She's a city drone in a hazard suit that told me, a forty year musician, that if I had problems with them shutting down my mus...
Footage from CVTV.
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, ...