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Do you have issues or questions about the pace of development in the District of North Vancouver? Is the traffic driving you crazy? Is construction making your neighbourhood unlivable and has your neighbour’s bungalow turned into a monster home?
All of this arises from decisions in the District’s Official Community Plan (OCP) and on Tuesday (November 29) District Council will be holding a workshop at 6 pm to discuss the OCP.
The meeting agenda sets aside 10 minutes for public input so if you have something to say arrive early to get your name on the list.
Even if you don’t wish to speak we encourage people to come to the meeting to demonstrate we think this is an important issue.
You can read the whole agenda package for the meeting including the report from Councilor Lisa Muri whose motion at the Council meeting last week made it possible for this review to take place. The Agenda package can be found here.
The day before, on Monday, November 28, the regular Council meeting will discuss the Districts Affordable Housing Strategy.
In an in-camera meeting before the official Council meeting at 7:00 pm Council will discuss several different rezoning applications and an amendment to the Official Community Plan. The public is not permitted to attend or know the results of in-camera meetings.
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