Vancouver City Council will debate and vote on the proposed False Creek plan this morning.
The plan is expected to deliver new parks, condos, and community amenities.
The downtown waterfront could have a totally different look if the plan is given the green-light. That could mean a more obstructed view of the mountains, which have been a fixture in in the city’s skyline for years.
— stevebohus (@stevebohus) February 13, 2018
In a memo released by the City of Vancouver on Sunday, community advocates raised concerns regarding construction at a council meeting back on January 31.
They believe that not enough vehicular connectivity in and out of the Chinatown district has been proposed in the plan.
Another issue was the subject of Hogan’s Alley, and whether or not the City will continue to work with Hogan’s Alley Working Group to re-build the sense of Black Community in Vancouver.
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