Richmond will challenge Kinder Morgan pipeline

Richmond News – A mere two months after the city learned of losing its battle with one fuel pipeline project, it’s preparing to take up arms against another. On Monday, during a general purposes council meeting, Mayor Malcolm Brodie and city councillors rejected a staff recommendation that it be an arms-length bystander for an upcoming National…

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For the Record: Government Decision on Richmond’s Jet Fuel Facility

1. NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE DECISION Section 17(3) of the Act sets out the parameters for our decision. We: were required to consider Environmental Assessment Office’s (EAO’s) Vancouver Airport Fuel Delivery Project Assessment Report (Assessment Report) and accompanying Recommendations of the Executive Director; and considered any other matters we thought relevant to the public…

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News Roundup – 11/29/13

Here are five stories from Richmond this week. 1. The Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corporation took another public lashing from its opponents including Richmond Malcolm Brodie and independent Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington. VAFFC is trying to build a jet fuel tank farm in East Richmond on the Fraser River, opening the river up to…

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