|An update on what is ahead for the CN building
at Rotary Waterfront Park is on the agenda for tonights
Prince Rupert City Council Session
What the City of Prince Rupert has in mind for the vacant and in need of much renovation CN Station at Rotary Waterfront Park, will be the topic for a presentation from Charles Maddison, one of the principle architect with Vancouver based Boni Maddison architects.
The session that will preview the plans set to take place as part of the Committee of the Whole Session at tonight's Prince Rupert City Council session which has been moved to the Lester Centre of the Arts for the night.
In some notes attached to the Agenda for this evening's session, some of the themes for Council to consider later on in the evening are outlined, included in the package are some drawings of the site.
The Boni-Madison presentation will focus mostly on the state of the building and the plan for renovation of it.
The opportunity for the Mayor to expand on the city's vision for the Waterfront structure will come as part of tonight's Regular Council Session.
Earlier this month Mayor Lee Brain made use of his Social Media page to outline some of the early stages for the renewal of the building and the city's intention to lease space in the facility to the local craft brewery Wheelhouse Brewing Company.
At the time the City posted a public notice to seek out public comment related to the proposed property lease, the deadline for comments related to it expired at 4 PM on Friday, the comments, if any, relayed to the city could be part of tonight's Regular Council discussion.
The waterfront station plans are part of the City's larger Prince Rupert 2030 Visio plan you can review some of those elements here.