Sunday, May 8, 2016

Blog Watching, week ending May 8, 2016

The prospect of redevelopment for the Atlin Terminal/Cow Bay area found a wide audience this week, with our notes related to a land deal set to close between the City and the Port proving to be popular, topping the list of five of the last seven days.

The Pacific NorthWest LNG file continues to find a large audience whenever a new item is introduced, this week we outlined some management changes for the proposed LNG Terminal proponent.

Another proposed project for the North Coast caught the attention of readers, with a fair bit of interest found in our look at the early stages of consultation from AltaGas and their plans for Ridley Island.

Two items from City Council also found an attentive audience this week, with Mayor Lee Brain noting that the City will soon have a new head for the RCMP detachment in the community, while the City of Prince Rupert put out the help wanted sign for Manager for the City's Recreation complex.

However, the top item of the week takes a look at the wide ranging plan for development of the Atlin lands in Cow Bay as the Port prepares to make significant additions to the popular community space.

Cow Bay area on the cusp of a major change as Port prepares to close Atlin land deal -- Changes are in the works for the Cow Bay area with the Port of Prince Rupert outlining its ambitious blue print for development.   (posted May 2, 2016)

That article was followed by:

 As they wait on a Government decision, Pacific NorthWest LNG makes some management moves -- With the Federal Government sill pushing the pause button on its CEAA process, Petronas makes a few changes in preparation for a potential positive announcement. (posted May 4, 2016)

Alta Gas moves into consultation phase for planned Propane Terminal at Ridley Island -- The first stage of community consultation gets underway for a proposed Propane terminal.  (posted May 5, 2016)

RCMP to receive new detachment head after City concludes hiring search -- There were few details to reveal, but at the most recent Council session, Mayor Lee Brain outlined that new head for the Prince Rupert detachment has been hired.  ( posted May 2, 2016)

City Seeking Manager for Recreation Complex -- The City is on the hunt for someone to take on the day to day duties of running the city's recreation facilities.   (posted May 3, 2016)

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