Mayor unchallenged, so far

Richmond News

At least three of Richmond’s major political slates have no plans to challenge incumbent Mayor Malcolm Brodie. And, an independent candidate has yet to voice a desire to see a change in the city’s most powerful political seat come election time in November…

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Opinion: We all want to breathe clean, healthy air

Vancouver Sun

On July 13, Metro Vancouver issued an air quality advisory after ground-level ozone readings exceeded targets in the eastern parts of the region. The advisory was lifted two days later, but this short-term smog event underscores the importance of Metro Vancouver’s efforts to reduce air pollution…

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City loan approved

Richmond News

On Monday, Richmond City Council officially passed a $3 million loan, using casino revenue, for rental subsidies at a planned 129-unit social housing complex…

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City should reconsider pool plan

Richmond Review

An open letter to mayor and council. As the previous manager of the University of B.C. Aquatic Centre and Aquatics in Richmond I am concerned in relation to the lack of vision for the new facilities in Richmond…

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City loan approved

Richmond News

However, Mayor Malcolm Brodie noted thereafter that the loan was planned. City staff initially asked developer Intracorp for cash, in lieu of building 29 …

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