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    Focus Edmonton workshops to shape city's future

    C2E members are invited to provide feedback on three different growth scenario concepts that could guide our city's development over the next 30 years. Half-day workshops are scheduled for Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 to set our course for future land development and redevelopment decisions (Focus Edmonton: City Plan).

    Register online before Oct. 29 at www.FocusEdmonton.ca or call (780) 944-4470.

  • #2
    I signed up^^
    A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves and traitors are not victims, but accomplices.

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    • #3
      ^ Me too.

      Here is a link to a similar thread for envisionedmonton.

      http://www.connect2edmonton.ca/forum...421&highlight=

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      • #4
        Planners' crystal ball peeks ahead 30 years

        Planners' crystal ball peeks ahead 30 years
        City staff looking into long-term land-use options, development strategies to chart path to 2040


        Gordon Kent, The Edmonton Journal
        Published: October 19, 2007 3:35 am


        Article: http://www.canada.com/edmontonjourna...1-d64b04041c0a

        When Mary Ann McConnell-Boehm looks 30 years into Edmonton's future, she sees a place where the population has increased by 400,000 and one in five residents is a senior citizen.

        Although these predicted changes won't happen for decades, the senior city planner and her team are working hard on a long-term land-use plan that will help guide Edmonton's growth until 2040.

        The last city plan was completed in 1998. Much has changed since then, McConnell-Boehm said Thursday.
        HAVE YOUR SAY

        Anyone interested in giving their opinion on which combination of these three scenarios should guide Edmonton's development can attend one of six free half-day public workshops on Oct. 31, Nov.1 and Nov. 3.

        The meetings will be held in the University of Alberta's Lister Hall conference centre at 116th Street and 87th Avenue.

        To register or for more information go to www.FocusEdmonton.ca, or call 944-4470.
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        • #5
          in 30 years I'll be getting pretty close to senior aged

          (but your only as old as you want to be, right old people?) LOL
          A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves and traitors are not victims, but accomplices.

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