Round-up, week ending May 23, 2015 — Mossom Creek, tree bylaw, in the news

Mossom Creek Hatchery

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2015-05-23-Mossom Creek wildlife

After burning to the ground in December 2013, a new Mossom Creek Hatchery and Education Centre has arisen from the ashes thanks to dedicated volunteers and a lot of support from residents and businesses in the community. The non-profit group (Burrard Inlet Marine Enhancement Society) hosted a public open-house on Saturday, May 23, 2015. It’s inspiring to see how a community can work together!

Some of you may have seen the hatchery on local and national news just over a week ago, with video of wildlife taken from new webcams. The wildlife included cougars, bears, and deer, who appeared on camera when they felt they were alone (no humans).

Feedback on Tree Bylaw
The city requested feedback on the proposed updated tree bylaw by May 22, 2015. However, if you haven’t yet done so, but would like to, the online survey is still active.
See Tree Bylaw and complementary Tree Policy.

In the news
Here are links to news coverage from the recent Council Committee of the Whole (COTW) meeting.

Pay parking debated for Port Moody’s Rocky Point
Port Moody continues to grapple with the potential of pay parking at Rocky Point Park, two years after the subject was first introduced at council
Tri City News – May 22, 2015

New home plans now available for feedback in Port Moody
Port Moody is fine-tuning ways to ensure its residents make changes to their properties in a neighbourly way.
Tri City News – May 22, 2015

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