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FARMERS MARKET returns to Tipperary Park!
Thursdays 3pm to 7pm Starting May12/2016
check out www.rcfm.ca
Centennial Lodge, Queens Park 200 pm- 400 pm Agenda TBA
The New Westminster Heritage Preservation Society presents it’s 37th Annual Heritage Homes Tour. May 29,2016 TIME 1000 am- 500pm
Ticket sales available online Apr 29,2016 at http://www.newwestheritage.org
Tickets also available at various locations starting May 7,2016 Royal City Colours Cadeaux Gifts Mandeville Garden Centre Champagne Taste The Museum at Anvil Centre Please note tickets will be $35.00 REDUCED as the Society has opted to not have a TEA this year. Passing the savings on to the tourgoers!
For more tour information please call: 604 525-4868
City of New Westminster invites it’s residents to participate in a interactive workshop to tell the City what they would like New Westminster’s public engagement to look like in the future.
The Mayors task force is looking at ways to improve the sharing and receiving of information.
Join them at 1 of 2 dialogue sessions: Session 1: 1030-1200pm Session 2: 100pm-230pm
Century House 620 Eight St: food and babysitting provided. To register go to http://www.newwestcity.ca Talk to us New West!
Advisory Planning Commission Meeting- Mar. 15/2016 6:30pm
The following application will be reviewed at the Tuesday, March 15,2016 Advisory Planning Commission meeting at 6:30pm
For further details please refer to the Advisory Planning Commission meeting details.
The Urban Forest Management Strategy includes a new tree bylaw that protects and regulates the removal of trees on private and City-owned land. For more information and complete outline of the bylaws visit
The QPRA has asked the city for an update on the tree removal at 321 & 323 Fifth St. and we received the following response:
City bylaw enforcement has advised that the developer of the site submitted a survey that showed the location of the centre of the tree and noted the size of the tree but it showed the tree totally on private property. On December 16th the City commissioned an independent survey to determine ownership of the tree. The survey showed that the edge of the tree was over the front property line onto City property by three inches. Since the tree was originally planted on private property and then grew a bit onto the City property, it was determined that the City had no viable claim to ownership of the tree that would stand up in any enforcement procedure. At this time the City does not contemplate taking any action on the cutting of the tree.