Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Legacy Corporation Archive Page 2014-15

With interest picking up when it comes to development of Tuck Inlet for industrial use, we figure it's time to keep an archive of items related to the city owned Legacy Corporation and its involvement in much of those development plans.

The City's Legacy Corporation page can be found from the City website here.

Below our listings of articles and notes related to the city controlled corporation.


September 16 -- Monday's Legacy Corporation Annual Information Meeting was a little lacking in actual information NCR
September 14 -- Legacy Corporation Update part of Council Session for Monday night  NCR

May 27 -- Legacy Fund won't be used for Fire Department purchase  NCR

March 31 -- City Council hires Dr. Barb Faggetter as "resident scientist"  NCR
March 31 -- City will not make use of Legacy Fund for budget shortfall issues NCR
March 25 -- Prince Rupert Legacy Inc. funds to be used for growth, not city operations
March 12 -- Small in number, but engaged with questions as Prince Rupert residents weigh in on Budget discussions  NCR
March 9 -- Lingering questions on the Legacy Corporation NCR
March 5 -- WCC LNG Tuck Inlet project now in Environmental Assessment phase  NCR

February 25 -- City Council receives first public review of Budget preparations for 2015  NCR


December 22 -- Council approves Capital Works Purchases and Projects, but not without some discussion on the Legacy Corporation  NCR
December 5 -- Council asks Staff for report on the cost of Lot 444 overview  NCR
December 5 -- Lot 444 Rezoning proposal gets official nod from City Council  NCR
December 3 -- Lot 444 goes to Public Hearing and Special Council Rezoning Session tonight  NCR
December 3-- Economic benefits, environmental challenges of LNG terminal in Prince Rupert boundaries outlined
December 2-- New Council comfortable with level of information on Lot 444 rezoning proposal  NCR

November 26 -- City provides outline and environmental report regarding Lot 44 plans  NCR
November 25-- The LNG discussion heats up with public hearing on Lot 444 in Prince Rupert (audio)
November 17 -- Lot 444 Information session set for November 25th  NCR
November 8 -- Major industrial projects and the small business environment makes for theme at campaign end  NCR
November 7 -- Lot 444 prospects to go to public meeting and hearing phases through next four weeks  NCR
November 7 -- Legacy Corporation process to be explained through the City's website  NCR
November 5 -- Challengers take the reins at Prince Rupert Mayoralty Forum  NCR
November 3 -- Let's get ready to rumble: Prince Rupert Election Forum style   NCR

October 28 -- City Manager points towards City's Legacy Corporation for Dr. Faggetter hiring  NCR
October 24 -- City hires local oceanographer to conduct LNG study  NCR

September 1-- Council sends Lot 444 amendments back to staff for revision  NCR

July 16 -- Prince Rupert sets date for Public consultation on Lot 444
July 11 -- Bylaws, Buffers and differences of opinion for Lot 444  NCR
July 2-- City promises transparency in LNG dealings

June 26-- Lot 444 becomes a talking point at Council  NCR
June 4-- Was it ignorance or deception?
June 2-- A share of the LNG rush?  City's newly expanded boundary to include proposed LNG site  NCR

May 26-- City of Prince Rupert discussing LNG terminal on lands across from Seal Cove
May 17 -- City receives approval of Province for Boundary expansion  NCR
February 26 -- Boundary expansion plan gains City Council approval  NCR
February 20 -- Boundary expansion process comes to an end on Monday  NCR

January 24 -- City to launch Alternative Approval Process for Boundary Expansion plan NCR


May 29 -- First Open House on City's Expansion plans set for tonight  NCR
March 10 -- An expanding Prince Rupert  NCR

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