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Port Moody draft OCP projects 2041 population at 59,000, up from 36,000 in 2011. City Council Nov 5 – Analysis by Moody Centre Community Association

Port Moody’s draft Official Community Plan is going before City Council on November 5, 2013. For background, please see Port Moody Official Community Plan (OCP) – Citizens’ analysis raises alarm bells, with text of recent newsletters. Here is another quick analysis … Continue reading

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Port Moody Official Community Plan (OCP) – Citizens’ analysis raises alarm bells. OCP suddenly on agenda for Nov 5

Next up for the civic spotlight Metro Vancouver — Port Moody. We have been following developments here as another case study, in the context of the Regional Growth Strategy and transit issue. Port Moody’s draft Official Development Plan is on … Continue reading

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Community concerned about 400% population increase in Port Moody Official Community Plan (OCP)

Port Moody, quintessential West Coast. A city of 30,000 people at the eastern limits of Burrard Inlet. Recreational mecca for the Metro Vancouver region. But major changes are being proposed with the Official Community Plan, which is in Council on … Continue reading

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Port Moody rejects RGS, Coquitlam poised for same

Port Moody voted to reject the RGS on March 15, Coquitlam votes on March 21, and we understand North Vancouver district and Port Moody vote next week too (needs confirming). Below are excerpts of two timely and important articles. After … Continue reading

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Citizen report from Port Moody (Feb 22)

This report just came in. Port Moody Council tonight discussed the RGS. We will report more details if and when available. The motion that passed in Port Moody tonight on the RGS was as follows – ‘Port Moody does not support … Continue reading

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