Zoned Out in Port Moody

The emergence of a monster home in Moody Centre was raised as an issue during the Design Charrette held in June, 2007,  and for local residents it was an important issue because it totally detracted from the heritage character and charm of the area. The city manager and director of planning addressed the concern at … Read more

Port Moody’s Economic Development Hiatus

It was interesting to listen to Coquitlam Mayor, Richard Stewart, and Chamber Executive Director, Michael Hind, on CKNW’s Bill Good Show this morning, talking about the economic development and job creation opportunities around the Evergreen Line, which will start construction within months. When Bill Good asks, “What is it going to mean for business in … Read more

Port Moody Councillors display Disdain and Disinterest

It was disappointing not to say depressing to listen to Port Moody Council last Thursday.  Not realizing perhaps that John Peller, a member of one of the City’s most historic families was in the room, a majority of Councillors repeatedly suggested that the genuine interest for an Evergreen station in West Port Moody was a … Read more

Coastal Sound Music Academy updates City of the Arts…

At the  Port Moody City Council meeting last week David Spence, an avid promoter of community arts, gave a presentation to the leaders of the “City of the Arts”. Coastal Sound Music Academy choirs from the Tri-Cities were well represented during the weeks of the Olympic and Paralympic GAMES. The Children’s Choir sang at a … Read more

Port Moody council will weigh in…

Port Moody council will weigh in on OCP – By Sarah Payne – The Tri-City News  May 14, 2009 3:00 PM – For the past year and a half, Port Moody staff have been hammering out a new official community plan that will guide the city’s development over the next five years. Now, it’s council’s … Read more

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