March 31, 2005—Planners Michael Rosen and Gina Mackay have prepared a draft of the terms of reference for the Neighbourhood Concept Plan for the Cape Roger Curtis lands. This draft will be presented by Michael and Gina to Council at the Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting on Monday, November 15 (7:00 pm). Please review this draft and bring your comments/questions/concerns to the COW meeting. Areas of concern already noted by some CRCTS members include the following.
- The proposed Steering Committee only includes representatives of the owners and municipal planning staff. Should there be elected or appointed representatives from the community on the Steering Committee?
- The preamble in the Planning Issues section (B) refers to a number of issues that “have already emerged” related to the CRC lands, but makes no mention of the well demonstrated and documented community interest in preserving a significant portion of these lands as parkland. Should it?
- Section C of the draft provides the “Property Owner’s Expectations” for the planning process, but there is no corresponding section giving the “Bowen Island Municipality’s Expectations”. Should there be?
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- Fifty-eight-lot subdivision application for the Cape shouldn’t be on the table
- Cape Roger Curtis Trust Society Launches Wild Coast Plan 2
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- Wild Coast Plan 2
- Why environmental inventories are insufficient for conservation planning: Comments on the 2008 PGL report on CRC
- Four-legged friend or foe? Dog walking displaces native birds from natural areas
- Mitigating and adapting to Climate Change through conservation of nature
- CRC writer ignored biological issues
- Cape Roger Curtis Biophysical Summary
- Overview Environmental Inventory
- Success Stories Show Park at Cape Roger Curtis Not Impossible
- Council Resolution Defining the Public Interest in Cape Roger Curtis
- Follow up from Dr. Karel Klinka’s Assessment of the Cape Roger Curtis Property
- Ecological Assessment and Considerations in Developing the Cape Roger Curtis Property
- CRC Trust Society makes clear its position
- Trust Society comments on Neighbourhood Plan of September 2008
- Trust Society Comments on Ekistics’ Preliminary Neighbourhood Plan and Implementation Options
- CRC Transportation Study Points to the Need for an OCP Review
- It’s all in the numbers-–hundreds of houses are just too many
- Council encouraged to instate DCCs
- Developers should be held to task
- Walk Your Talk Inside and Outside
- CRC developers upped ante unacceptable
- Transparent or veiled?