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How can we reach our 2020
Greenest City Targets?

James Lindfield

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    James Lindfield commented  · 

    I want to see a Hastings Park which offers a large, publicly accessible, green space: including extensive playing fields, play areas forested areas , and streams for the people and children of the city to flourish in. Make a connection to the waterfront in New Brighton Park via a bridge to Hastings Park, that has been promised for sixteen years at least. I want to see bike routes that run through the park connecting it with the rest of Vancouver and Burnaby and the Trans Canada Trail. Lastly I suggest that we keep this land as green land should we need to start growing more food within the city.

    I do not want a corporate privatized astro-turf, convention centre, , Playland )private company) expansion. I do not want to see this valuable resource that belongs to the people of the city, turned into a 70% ticket holders theme park.

    I want a park which has a real green vision behind it, not a cash generator.

    Rethink the vision-less, Master Plan.

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