Letter: Blue Dot salutes you

Richmond News

On behalf of the Richmond Blue Dot group, we’d like to extend our sincere thanks and congratulations to Mayor (Malcolm) Brodie and all the Richmond city councillors who unanimously passed a resolution at the council meeting on Oct. 14, stating that the citizens of Richmond have the right to a healthy environment…

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Court asked to wade into jet fuel approval

Richmond News

Citing inadequate public consultation and unacceptable threats to public safety and the environment, the grassroots environmental group VAPOR is taking the provincial government to court over the decision by the BC Environmental Assessment Office to allow a jet fuel storage facility and pipeline to be built in Richmond…

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Green collection starts next week

Richmond Review

The City of Richmond’s new recycling program was launched today, with collections from the newly delivered green carts scheduled to begin next week. Weekly curbside food scraps and yard trimming collection service will now be available to more than 40,000 homes in Richmond…

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Richmond opposed to airport jet fuel delivery proposal

Vancouver Sun

The Vancouver airport Fuel Delivery Project will involve fully-loaded tankers up to 950 feet in length regularly sailing up the South Arm of the Fraser River to southeast Richmond. Upon each tanker’s arrival, the jet fuel will be piped to a storage tank one kilometre away. From there, it would travel 15 km to the airport through a pipeline running diagonally across Richmond…

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