TweetThe Gang chats about community input into Bike Lanes and the Planning Process and how one takes input into account and one doesn’t. There is nothing like being a citizen and hearing an elected official say “because I can”
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TweetCommunity input, variances, recusing councilors and a driven desire to develop property can drive most people to the mad house. Karl Robertson briefs us after a late night council session on a re zoning attempt.
We love to have Kalen Harris join us every once in a while and this is no exception. Money laundering, dodgy realtors and more.
If it can take a New York neighbourhood 50 years to go from predominantly Jewish to predominantly Hispanic, how long will it take Victoria to get their heads around bike lanes and livable streetscapes.
TweetCool Aid has been around for 50 years and was started by youngsters in Victoria who thought it would be “cool” to help people out. 50 years on its services and programs have matured slightly but the core goal to help society is in their DNA.
An earthquake in Alaska Jan 23 around 3 am had some parts of Victoria heading for higher ground whilst others slept soundly. Victoria’s Emergency Program head Tanya Patterson joins the gang for a debriefing after the fact.
Victoria’s City Council has been asking for taxpayers’ input on the budget for several years now and it seems to be helping the process along.
There is a really good chance that when you go to the DIY store, you are buying products to make your life a little better and slowly kill the planet we live on. So say the Living Building practitioners. Check the ingredients and enjoy the show. We promise all our content is nature-friendly.
Local condominium developer Don Charity cut his teeth on work sites as a young adult and started developing apartment rentals before applying his flare for the creativity.