CLICK BLUE BARS
DANGEROUS GOODS BY RAIL
Addressed By Rail Company
Quay resident LT [name withheld for privacy] wrote J. Singh Biln, P. Eng.Director Community Relations
& Chief Mechanical Officer of SRY Rail Link to address a number of her concerns. Some of these issues were: whistle noise, shunting, building near railways, laser pointers and dangerous goods. Follow the links to read her letter and then Mr. Biln’s reply. This communication shows Quay residents still have concerns when it comes to rail operations in our community and SRY Rail Link’s willingness to discuss them.
Initial Letter from
Quay resident LT
SRY Rail Link Reply
RAIL CROSSING & RAIL COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
QCB president Penny McIvor sent a request to Lynn Roxburgh in Planning, and the representative for the City on the QCB Board, for clarification on proposed work on the Quayside Rail Crossing. The work being done is set to start in the New Year and could possible affect both greenery and traffic.
Also, after ten years negotiating with the four rail companies to obtain the original agreement, the QCB believes it has earned a position on the new Rail Community Advisory Committee.
for her response on both these matters.
VIEW BOSA'S PROPOSAL FOR QUAYSIDE
BOSA is proposing to develop the parking lots behind Inn at the Quay and adjacent to McInnis Overpass. This is only one of ten developments proposed by the City of New Westminster in the downtown area alone.
Follow the link to review the BOSA STORY BOARDS and formulate your opinions.
The let your Mayor & Council via an email to CITY HALL.
For more on this story please refer to our Feb 2014 ARCHIVES
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Please visit the
QCB April 2013
web post for more background and contacts on the coal issue.
Watch this video of Fraser Surrey Docks and watch as the dust cloud spreads from the loading of a ship...straight into Quennsborough.
Please lodge your concerns to PORT METRO VANCOUVER.
AIR QUALITY concerns are growing after incidents such as a discharge of Soy dust from the docks oocured last year. Port Metro fines FSD for breech of 'air quality management bylaw'. Click the link for the story in 24 Hours Vancouver
RESOURCES ON COAL
389 LINKS TO FRASER SURREY DOCKS COAL TRANSFER PROPOSAL
HAVE YOUR SAY
LIGHT UP THE QUAY
- who is the winner? See the photo entries of the top three and see if you can guess whoe the QBC chose as the 2014 winner!
To make a comment click on the 'B' at the top right of header or ACCESS THE QUAY BLOG SITE HERE
Quayside Community Board
The 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.
The 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
BC Family Day
of Canada Day
Chinese New Year
Year of the Goat
Daylight Saving Time
St. Patrick's Day
National Tartan Day
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!
Making Life - livable.
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