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How can we reach our 2020
Greenest City Targets?

Sheila Daykin Lindfield

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    Sheila Daykin Lindfield commented  · 

    Increasing parking at the PNE by 2,000 spaces, closing off an additional 65 acres to the public, and allowing the PNE to operate many more weeks of the year violates the needs of our city for additional green space universally available, year round. If Vancouver aspires to be the greenest city in the world, which is Mayor Robertson's goal, then Hastings Park needs to expand its green spaces, build playing areas for children, and continue to encourage the return of wildlife by building and maintaining appropriate habitat. Spectacular and exotic foliage can thrive in the water-rich environment of the Sanctuary and Italian gardens. Woodland areas could be added and an walking overpass to New Brighton Park needs to be completed.

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