Richmond mayor, councillors visit Asia this week

News1130

“If we are truly looking to have people and businesses move here from everywhere in the world, then we have to look outside our boundaries and develop relationships,” says Mayor Malcolm Brodie. He says the city carefully considered the expenditure.

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Mayors given extra month to decide on RCMP renewal

Agassiz-Harrison Observer

“I suspect it may have to go far beyond that,” Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie said of the new May 31 deadline. He spoke after leaving a meeting of Lower Mainland mayors in Surrey Friday morning and said he continues to have deep reservations about a …

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Richmond considers massive new development for city centre

News1130

“All told, under construction or in the process we’ve got some $4 billion, that’s billion with a ‘b’, dollars worth of development,” says Mayor Malcolm Brodie. Amongst the largest projects is a proposed entertainment and business centre on Duck Island …

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Metro Vancouver transit expansion projects postponed

Vancouver Sun

Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie said that while TransLink could go ahead with an area-benefit tax, it would be controversial and not straightforward. “While it’s possible and it’s on the list as a specific funding option, I’ve never known it to be viable …

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Plans will transform city

The Province

By Andy Ivens, The Province April 18, 2012 Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie unveiled $4 billion in development projects Tuesday that will add density to the city centre and transform the northwest waterfront into a destination for international travellers …

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70 acres of shopping proposed for Richmond

Vancouver Sun

… cent within the next 30 years as an almost unprecedented wave of developments are slated for the city, including an enormous 28-hectare (70-acre) destination shopping centre adjacent to the River Rock Casino, Mayor Malcolm Brodie announced Tuesday.

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Richmond to be transformed by wave of developments, says mayor

Vancouver Sun

Richmond’s population is expected to increase 40 per cent within the next 30 years as an almost unprecedented wave of developments are slated for the city, including an enormous 28-hectare destination shopping centre adjacent to the River Rock Casino, Mayor Malcolm Brodie announced Tuesday.

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