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Update #45 – Participatory Budgeting vote this week, Great Gorsebrook Pick-Me-up, public meetings, more.

DISTRICT EVENTS Participatory Budgeting Community Vote THIS WEDNESDAY Wednesday, June 1 – 6:00 to 8:30 pm | Lindsay Children’s Room, Halifax Central Library Groups will present the 11 eligible projects in a “Science Fair Show-and-Tell style” event, and residents of District 7 get to vote on projects they wanted to see get funded. Each resident is provided a ballot and –more–

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Update #44 – Participatory Budgeting Vote Project List Is Online, Gorsebrook Park Clean Up, More

Short update today, wanted to remind folks about the Participatory Budgeting vote, and let you know the project list is now online! DISTRICT EVENTS Participatory Budgeting Community Vote Wednesday, June 1 – 6:00 to 8:30 pm | Lindsay Children’s Room, Halifax Central Library Groups will present the 11 eligible projects in a “Science Fair Show-and-Tell style” event, and residents of –more–

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Motion regarding commemoration of Edward Cornwallis

Motion for Council to Consider: Request a staff report with recommendations regarding a public engagement process to review and advise Council regarding possible changes to the commemoration of Edward Cornwallis on municipal assets, including Cornwallis Park and Cornwallis Street. Reason: The discussions around commemoration of Edward Cornwallis have been underway for some time. The question of what do we do –more–

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Update #43 – On car lots, historic mansions, and the importance of good planning

 “The best time to have a culture change in how you build a city was 10 minutes ago. The second best time is now.” – Brent Toderian in Local Express. The past two weeks have really underlined 1) the absolute importance of good & up-to-date planning, and 2) that if you chose one public engagement with the City this year, the –more–