I downloaded and printed off the HRM Cultural Plan last week, with the intention of reviewing it this weekend. I just could not bring myself to do it, it is 75 pages of dry bureaucratize. I will try and get to it tonight, Monday is a bad TV night, right?
Well, looks like a federal election is going to swamp the media for the next 45 days. This means that the Halifax concert scandal will slide off the front page for the next while. Before I go back to blogging about things I want to see in Halifax, as opposed to what I DO NOT want to see, I want –more–
Tuesday, HRM Council voted in a 13 to 9 vote to once again confirm the sale of the St Patrick’s Alexandra school property to the Jono developments. Staff had prepared a report, as requested, outlining options regarding, both in this case and the last decade of surplus school disposals, HRM’s failure to follow the policy it had enacted in 2000. –more–
The ChronicleHerald.ca Halifax city hall is seeking an urban design consultant for a planned 18-month, $200,000 study intended to help municipal officials shape the look of metroâ€™s urban core in the future. HRM is actually planning streetscapes? Development rules? Who are you, and what have you done with my city? On second thought, never mind!