389 LINKS TO FRASER SURREY DOCKS COAL TRANSFER PROPOSAL
In order to keep you informed on the issue of 'Coal transfer station proposed for Fraser Surrey Docks' we have compiled 389 links to stories directly related to this issue. With nearly 400 links, it is clear that this proposal - and the fight against it - has significant relevance to the many communities affected by the logistics of this proposal. You can check out 'Quay Issues Archives' to find out how to make your voice heard on the matter.
PHOTO: White Rock Pier by James MacKinnon-PeachArch news
Time to leash
up the dogs.
It was reported at the QCB meeting of Feb 27 2013 that a small black dog was attacked by two other off-leash dogs along the Promendade.
It appears that not only are our children at risk but also other law abiding dogs that are on leash.
The dog required veterinary attention.
QCB Director at Large, Ted Eddy will be following up on the person whose dog is attacked. He will encourage her / him to file an official complaint.
For more see Newsleader Letter to the Editor
DO THE TRAINS BOTHER YOU? A COUNCILLOR WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Councillor JAIMIE McEVOY would like to know if the trains are an issue to Quayside residents. "I would like to know how much of an issue to the average resident of the Quay the rail noise issue is", states the Councillor in a recent
[May 7, 2013]
We invite all residents to let him know ifyou are bothered by the noise and vibration of the trains. Email Councillor McEVOY and be sure to send us a copy of your email too!
Remember, if enough express their desire to reduce or illiminate the Rail noise and vibration, then council will perhaps join us in our near decade battle between the four rail companies and the QCB/ Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA).
HAVE YOUR SAY
FSD COAL: What about the employees that have to handle coal? Read an email on this topic on our blog and make your comment.
To make a comment click on the 'B' at the top right of header or ACCESS THE QUAY BLOG SITE HERE
PRINT MAP: 8x11 print size [CLICK HERE]
EVENT DETAILS: View Only | non print file [CLICK HERE]
EVENT DETAILS: Text only Print size 8x11 [CLICK HERE]
POSTER: Print out a 8.5x11" poster for your Business/Building [CLICK HERE]
TO ALL WHO HAVE RENTED A TABLE:
Please note that a QCB Event Representative will
contact you by email on FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013
with your Map, Table Assignment Number and Move-in/Move-out Instructions. You are then encouraged to visit the Boardwalk to familiarize yourself with your space and surrounding area - before the event on Saturday
EVENT TAKES PLACE RAIN OR SHINE.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Take in a movie or shops at eclectic store and eat at trendy food vendors when you visit our Title Sponsors:
RIVER MARKET and LANDMARK CINEMAS
CLICK HERE to review our generous EVENT SPONSORS
Once again we are grateful for the generous MEDIA SPONSORSHIP of
the Record New Paper. Please click on the logo below to read up on what is happening in the City of New Westminster
See Wednesday, August 14th THE RECORD for
4 Page Special Event Insert
QUAYSIDE COMMUNITY BOARD (QCB) is comprised of one delegate and one
alternate from eighteen of eighteen residential buildings in the geographical
location known as 'The Quayside' in New Westminster, BC, Canada. The
group of dedicated members represent just over 2200 units and an estimated
4500 plus individual residents in this close-knit community. QUAYSIDE
is a jewel on the Fraser River and the board is dedicated to keeping
it as such. Meeting on the last Wednesday of each month, this board
works on issues and matters related to the well-being of their community.
In addition, the board works with local and surrounding businesses to
ensure that the members of the overall community continue to live in
an area that is clean ,safe, managed growth and above all enjoyable.
Quayside Community Board is devoted to: Assisting Strata Corporations,
Housing Cooperatives and Community Planning for the Quayside area.
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DATES to REMEMBER
7th annual QCB
festival & sale
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
FALL BEGINS [UGH!]
NATIONAL POLICE & PEACE OFFICE DAY
AUGUST IS BBQ MONTH @rivermrkt
Meat guru REUP will make you a burger like no other - taste it out! While there check out all the other great food and shopping attractions. RiverMarket.ca
Check out the
at the incredibly comfortable
Landmark Cinemas. Don't forget to load up on popcorn and a beverage before heading into the theatre!
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