Whistler Council Holds a General Public Council Meeting Day
On Tuesday, November 6th, Whistler Council is holding a public Council Meeting Day, beginning at 2pm to discuss major municipal resort issues. The meeting will begin at Municipal Hall with presentations on environmental issues such as tree ecology and conservation policies. Two presentations will be given by:
- Ken Lertzman, of Simon Fraser University School of Resource and Environmental Management, will be discussing environmental issues around tree ecology and conservation issues.
- Bob Brett, Snowline Research, will be presenting on the Ancient Cedars and older trees in the Callaghan Valley and around Whistler.
Second Meeting time…
At 5:30pm, the regular council meeting will take place in Millennium Place to discuss several important issues, including:
- The plan to scale transit service and accessibility in Whistler
- Outlining the plan for the 2012-2013 Walk Safe Program.
- A presentation on the plans for Whistler’s upcoming Remembrance Day Service on November 11, 2012.
- A discussion and presentation about the proposed cell tower in Alpine Meadows.
The public Council Meeting Day is open to the general public and can also be watched online. The presentations are also accessible on iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and most Android devices. If you’re using one of these devices, please click here. For more information on the meeting, please visit the Whistler website.