Sunday, July 24, 2016

Blog Watching, Week ending July 24, 2016

When it comes to the items of note for the week, only two areas of interest dominated when it came capturing the attention of our readers.

With a look at a proposed Propane export terminal at Ridley Island and a range of City council items making up the list of five for the week.

Our notes on two upcoming Open Houses hosted by AltaGas lead off our entries for the week in review, with a large volume of readers looking to learn more about next week's information sessions.

For the remainder of the week's listings the focus of the readers was directed to some notes out of City Council, with Job postings, Public Hearing notes and a recently completed Alternate Approval Process related to a proposed land sale on Graham Avenue among the items finding much in the way of attention on the week.

The top story of the week however keeps the focus on potential development in the region, with a look at the AltaGas Open House plans.

AltaGas to provide Ridley Island Terminal update with twin Open Houses next week -- A look ahead to the two Open houses of July 26  and 27 to be hosted by AltaGas providing more background on their proposed Liquid Propane Terminal (posted July 21, 2016)

That article was followed by:

Zoning plans for Prince Rupert Boulevard land go to public hearing Monday -- A proposed housing development in the Prince Rupert Boulevard/Drake Crescent area has its public Hearing on Monday (posted July 19, 2016)

Short application period for City's Bylaw Officer posting -- The City starts a search for a Bylaw enforcement officer (posted July 21, 2016)

City set to move on land issue off Graham after AAP results released --  A look at the notes related to the Agenda for a Wednesday night Council session that will  outline the results of the recent Alternate Approval Process related to land off of Graham Avenue.( posted July 18, 2016)

City Council puts focus on Alternative Approval results as topic for Special Regular Council Session tonight  -- Council makes plans to move forward on the sale of land to the Bryton Group following the release of information related to a recent Alternate Approval Process conducted on the issue(posted July 20, 2016)

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