Flavelle/Mill and Timber development plans — public open house June 23, 2015
Mill and Timber/Flavelle is area E on the image (34 acres), west of Rocky Point Park.
The following information in quotes is from the open house organizer, consulting firm Brook Pooni:
“Our project has reached an exciting milestone and we are pleased to invite you to attend our first Open House. The date, time and location are as follows:
Date: Tuesday, June 23 2015
Time: 4-7pm (drop in)
Location: Old Mill Boathouse
Address: 2715 Esplanade Street, Port Moody
The objective of this event will be to share information about the visioning process, to identify some of the big ideas and opportunities for the site, and to hear from the residents of Port Moody about their ideas and feedback about what they envision for this site.
We are sending you this e-mail as you indicated via the project website that you wanted to receive updates about the Flavelle site consultation process. As you may be aware, in April we initiated our public engagement process to share information and gather input from the community on the future of the site. Over the past two months, we have launched the project website, created a newsletter, hosted a kiosk at the April 26 Farmers Market, and initiated conversations with members of the community through a door-to-door canvass.”
Flavelle June 23 Open House Flyer
The website is http://www.flavelleoceanfront.ca.
Some, but not all, residents have received information including a survey through the mail or door-to-door canvass. We’re not sure how many households (or percentage of residents) in Moody Centre — or Port Moody as a whole — were included.
The area under discussion is currently a working mill site and zoned industrial, with an OCP (Official Community Plan) “special study overlay.”
The Moody Centre Community Association encourages you to attend the open house on June 23rd if you are able. We also encourage you to provide feedback to us at email@example.com.
Related (posted April 26, 2015):
Community update — Upcoming events, Flavelle Oceanfront Development, tree bylaw
Article from Tri-City News, June 18, 2015
Find out Flavelle development info at open house