Upcoming OCP town hall, best cities, resident feedback — and more

This week in Port Moody — town hall on draft Official Community Plan (OCP):

When:  Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Where:  City hall, Inlet Theatre, 7:00 pm

The city wants to move this plan forward to the Land Use Committee, and to public hearing.  The town hall may be the last opportunity for public input before the more formal procedures.

Rules for the town hall include:

  • Two sign-up sheets — one for people who have never spoken before; and one for those who have.  People who have never spoken will go first.
  • Two-minute time limits — microphone will be turned off after two minutes.

For more information, see:  http://www.portmoody.ca/index.aspx?page=704


The Moody Centre Community Association website has several new items of interest.
You can post comments on the MCCA website on any of these items.
Below is a brief description with links.

Canada’s Best Places to Live 2014: Time to think small
MoneySense magazine released it’s annual city rankings on March 12, 2014.
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/canadas-best-places-to-live-2014-time-to-think-small/

Referendum anyone? — Open letter from resident
Open letter from Moody Centre resident, March 15, 2014
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/referendum-anyone-open-letter-from-resident/

Future of the Kyle Centre
From a concerned Moody Centre resident
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/future-of-the-kyle-centre/

Port Moody…
MetroTown or Small Town?
What does smart growth look like?
From the Port Moody Citizens Coalition
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/other/port-moody-residents-march-14-2014/

Oakridge redevelopment plan approved by council
This plan represents far less population than is proposed for Port Moody Evergreen sub-areas in the draft OCP.
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/in-the-news-2/2014-03-14-oakridge-redevelopment-plan-approved-by-council/

Port Moody mill adds shifts (The Tri-City News)
See:  https://portmoodycommunity.wordpress.com/in-the-news-2/2014-03-07-port-moody-mill-adds-shifts/

On this website, there is much more information.  Check out the posts and different pages seen near the top (with drop-down menus).

For city contact information, see:

Hazel Mason, President
Moody Centre Community Association (MCCA)
Respond:  mcca.pm@gmail.com

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