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    Posted May 22, 2013, 12:55 PM by Marya McLellan
  • Meeting Information
    Our next GNRA meeting will be on Thursday, September 28th, 7 - 9 pm in the Spruce Room at Century House, 620 Eighth Street, New Westminster.
    Agenda:
    The Compassionate City - Presentation by Brock Nicholson, NW Hospice Society
    NW Open Data System - Presentation by Kenneth Cheng, GIS Coordinator, City of New Westminster


    If you like to plan ahead, here are the dates for the rest of our 2017-2018 meetings: November 30, January 25, March 29, May 31st.
    A big thank-you to the City of New Westminster, Parks & Recreation Department!
    During the Library renovation, we had to find another room, and they arranged for us to hold all of our meetings in the Spruce Room at Century House with no charge.

    Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting on Thursday, May 25, 2017, will be held in the downstairs auditorium of the New Westminster Public Library at 716 6th Avenue, NW. 
    The doors open at 6:30 and the meeting will start promptly at 7:00 pm. 

    Our topic this month is Transportation: traffic issues and pedestrian safety in Glenbrooke North. 
    1) Presentation by the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Team on how comment's from last year's consultation have been incorporated into the design, and next steps for consultation.
    2) Kanny Chow, M.ENG, P.ENG, PTOE, Transportation Engineer with the City of NW will be assisting us with our transportation and pedestrian concerns in Glenbrooke North. 

    Come early to the meeting and fill out our neighbourhood Transportation Survey, or download the survey from the Transportation Section on this website & and bring the completed form to the meeting.


    Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting on Thursday, March 30, 2017, will be held in the New Westminster Public Library at 716 6th Avenue, NW, in the downstairs Auditorium. The doors open at 6:45 and the meeting will start promptly at 7:00 pm.
    Agenda: Mike Watson, Planning Dept, City of NW will lead us in the Official Community Plan (OCP) discussion on the new changes in the OCP which now change our Glenbrooke North neighbourhood. Specifically the Townhouse designation to the 8th Ave/First St/Colborne St area and the Residential - Ground Oriented Infill Housing designation to the Glover Street/10th Ave area. 
    There is a Motion proposal: "GNRA recommend that the Eighth Ave/Seventh Ave/First St/Colborne St area have its OCP designation changed from (RT) Residential Infill Townhouse to (RGO) Residential Ground Oriented Infill Housing"

    Our next Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2017, at 7 pm, doors will open at 6:30 pm in the Plaskett Room, upstairs in the NW Public Library at 716 Sixth Ave, New Westminster. This is our Annual General Meeting and we will be holding our elections for executive positions. Please consider volunteering for an executive position. 
    Agenda:
    Nomination and election of 2017 board members
    Community & Financial reports
    Transportation Survey for Glenbrooke North
    If you have a topic you would like to discuss or a subject you would like to learn more about at a meeting, please contact us. 

     Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting will be held this Thursday, downstairs in the NW Public Library at 716 Sixth Ave, New Westminster.
    The Glenbrooke North Residents Association Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 24, 2016, at 7pm, with the doors opening at 6:30. This month's meeting will be held in the Auditorium downstairs (please note new room location for this meeting)
    Agenda:
    Brunette Interchange Project. There are three options residents of NW are being asked to decide upon. Lisa Leblanc from the City of New Westminster Transportation Engineering Department will be attending our meeting. Lisa will answer questions from the City of New Westminster’s perspective, impacts etc. of the Brunette Interchange options, but she will not be answering technical questions about the Ministry of Transportation’s work. For more information on the three options, visit our Facebook page. 
    Reports from our Community Committee representatives: Community Policing Report, Community & Social Issues Report, Parks and Recreation Report, & Neighbourhood Traffic Advisory Report.
    Discussion on the Queens Park Transportation Survey and Pedestrian Safety around our neighbourhood schools.

    Our next Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2016, at 7 pm, doors open at 6:45 pm in the Plaskett Room, upstairs in the NW Public Library at 716 Sixth Ave, New Westminster.

    Agenda: Developer presentation for 720 – 722 Second Street (at Durham Street) For property photo's, go to our Facebook page. Official Community Planning discussion & Queens Park RA Transportation Survey,

    Community: Policing, Social Issues, Park & Recreation, Traffic & Treasurers Committee Reports. 


    Glenbrooke North Residents Association meeting will be held on Thursday, May 26, 2016,at 7 pm, doors open at 6:45 pm in the Plaskett Room, upstairs in the NW Public Library at 716 Sixth Ave, NW.

    Agenda: Presentation on the Tree Protection and Regulation Bylaw by Erica Mashig, Parks and Open Space Planner. The bylaw was adopted on January 13, 2016, to preserve trees on both private and public property and to assist in growing the City’s urban forest. If you wish to cut or remove a tree in your back, side, or front yard, you may require a permit under provision of this Bylaw. The Bylaw regulates which, when, and how trees can be removed or altered through such acts as pruning, root cutting or topping. There will be a question and answer session after the presentation. 

    Reports from Traffic Advisory Committee, Community Policing Committee, Social & Community Issues Committee, Parks & Recreation Committee, and Treasurers Report. 

    From the www.newwestcity.ca website: New Westminster's urban forest is declining at a rate of 1.5% per year and the majority of this loss is occurring on private land. The Tree Protection and Regulation Bylaw No. 7799, 2016 was adopted to preserve trees on both private and public property and to assist in growing the City's urban forest. If you wish to cut or remove a tree in your back, side, or front yard, you may require a permit under provision of this Bylaw. New Westminster preserves trees through the Tree Protection and RegulationBylaw No. 7799, 2016, which prevents unnecessary harm or removal of trees on public and private lands. The Bylaw regulates which, when, and how trees can be removed or altered through such acts as pruning, root cutting or topping.  The Bylaw also establishes the City's authority to issue tree removal permits and set related fees, as well as the requirement for replacement trees and security for their provision and maintenance. This Bylaw came into effect on January 13th, 2016.




    Posted Sep 26, 2017, 6:12 PM by Marya McLellan
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