Join the team/join a committee! & Important THANKS to LP3 opposition teams from years past.

Updated: Apr 25


First, a HUGE thank you and acknowledgement of the efforts of all those who fought successfully against Langley Parkway Extension Phase 3 (LP3) over the past 50 years. It is completely thanks to your unwavering efforts that the nature trail still exists today - and critical forest and wetland habitat continues to thrive! A special thanks to the 2018 team who continue to be committed to the effort. (You can see the 2018 original website here where we sourced several photos - thank you!)


JOIN THE COALITION CORE TEAM

Want to get involved in a more active way? Have experience from previous fights? Possess special skill sets you'd like to offer? Want to get your kids out delivering flyers? We are looking for volunteers to help out on committees (see below). We need your help and expertise. Thank you!


To SIGN UP go to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/14MJLeog8epLndO13S9B4sOOPPvANbMMMPgv7oPPEgVw/edit?usp=sharing or email concordgreenspace@gmail.com



COMMITTEES:

  • SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT

  • FLYERS, SIGNS & COORDINATING CANVASSING

  • WARD REPRESENTATION

  • WHO IS DRIVING THIS? & WHY? FILING A "RIGHT TO KNOW"

  • BETTER ALTERNATIVES TO LANGLEY PARKWAY

  • PREPARING FOR THE PUBLIC MEETING - May 11th 6:30pm

  • EMAIL RESPONSE & COORDINATION

  • WEBSITE/BLOG

  • MEDIA & PUBLICITY

  • OTHER COMMITTEE suggestions? JOIN OUR CORE TEAM! concordgreenspace@gmail.com

 

OUR GOAL:

Permanently remove LP3 CIP from the budget.


NEXT STEPS & FOCUS:

  • Coalition core team meeting April 29th at 7pm by Zoom.

  • Need pressure on City Councilors from all wards for May 11th City Council Meeting.

  • Petition signatures by April 28th to get informational letter and signatures on the agenda.

  • Public Meeting May 11th 6:30 at Bishop Brady High School Library

  • Motion to vote down LP3 on June 9th budget appropriation meeting

  • Figure out exactly WHO is driving LP3 and WHY - file a right to know if needed.

  • Come up with viable alternatives that DO NOT destroy habitats and greenspace!




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