Sunday, August 3, 2014
Blog Watching, Week Ending August 3, 2014
Included in the countdown, we will provide links to the articles in question, offering up with one click of the mouse, those items of the week that you may have missed.
This week, notes of interest surrounding LNG development in the region were among the top five viewed items on the blog.
As well, Monday's City Council meeting provided a pair of issues of interest to our readers, while news of the activation of the Northwest Transmission Line also proved to be a popular item for the week.
Kicking off the top five items, Petronas officials head to Ottawa seeking tax concessions on LNG development.
Petronas seeks out some Federal incentive before final investment decision -- One of the major proponents for LNG development on the North Coast seeks tax concessions from Ottawa regarding LNG development (posted July 28, 2014)
That item was followed by:
When it Comes to the Watson Island proposal, few details yet to be delivered -- Prince Rupert residents are still waiting for more background on the proposed development of an LNG terminal at Watson Island (posted July 28, 2014)
With the Northwest Transmission Line now live, Northwest development proposals may spring to life -- BC Hydro announces the activation of the Northwest Transmission Line north of Terrace, a project which could bring further development to that portion of the region. (posted July 29, 2014)
Council gets agitated over Atlin and Rushbrook Floats parking provisions -- A recommendation from the Engineering Department to bring an end to pay parking at the Atlin Terminal, instead provides for a wide ranging discussion on parking equity in the city (posted August 1, 2014)
Mr. Krekic's DPA proposal heads back to the shelf -- A plan to bring the Fraser Street area into the Downtown Permit Development Area goes down to defeat at City Council (posted July 23, 2014)
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