Tag Archives: Sam Katz

The Pumphouse

Next Monday the Standing Policy Committee on Downtown Development, Heritage and Riverbank Management will hear the appeal against the variance approved by The Director of Planning, Property and Development of the City of Winnipeg. The Director approved that a 24 … Continue reading

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The Pumphouse -Residents want a Plan?

The deadline is fast approaching to have your say on a proposed change that can impact our Historic Downtown forever. December 16th is the last day to submit your appeal To reject the height variance for 109 James Avenue, thereby … Continue reading

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James Street Pumping Station

 If after reading this post you would also like to appeal the VARIANCE APPLICATION: DAV 13-170176/B to allow the City of Winnipeg to change the Variance please contact: Andrew Poitras Senior Committee Clerk City Clerk’s Department Telephone: 204-986-6170 E-mail: apoitras@winnipeg.ca … Continue reading

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A Vision for Sustainable Growth

There is controversy once again coming out of City Hall as council tries to institute an added tax for new developments. The Municipal Government has positioned itself in a way of trying to recover costs associated with infrastructure development and … Continue reading

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Mayor and Council Get Failing Grade

We are not the only City who has been plagued with this kind of alleged corruption, scandal and lack of vision. The political scandals that had plagued the City of Montreal, London, Ontario and now Toronto are all to common. There … Continue reading

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Winnipeg: We’ve Got a Problem

With an election still one year away the evidence continues to mount that our current Mayor, Councillors and the executive policy council is dysfunctional. The most recent evidence of this dysfunction is the case of Phil Sheegl and the alleged … Continue reading

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