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The City engaged a demolition company and a structural engineer to oversee and undertake the removal of the bricks on the west wall and chimney of the Ming Sun Building in an effort to make the external structure safe.
With the first snow of the year, City crews are out salting Vancouver's major routes today. They have been making preparations throughout the weekend for today's snow flurries and freezing drizzle, and dispatched 20 City trucks to salt and sand major routes.
If you have extra leaves, set them out on Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15 for pickup. City crews will collect leaves set out in biodegradable paper bags or store-bought bins.
From 7:00am on Saturday, December 7 to 6:00am on Sunday, December 8, Burrard Bridge and Burrard Street will be reduced down to one lane in each direction, and Cornwall Avenue will be fully closed between Burrard Street and Cypress Street.
Over the past five months, the City has taken repeated steps to ensure the safety of the Ming Sun Building. Unfortunately, the owners have refused to provide a plan to make the urgent repairs required.
The 100-year-old historic York Theatre, located on the northern part of Commercial Drive near Venables, will run primarily as a rental venue, accessible for artists and community groups.
Today, the Vancouver Park Board has become aware of a photograph posted on Facebook appearing to show an individual defacing the commemorative monument to the Komagata Maru in Harbour Green Park at Coal Harbour.
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The Vancouver Park Board reviewed the proposed 2014 operating and capital budget, which takes a balanced approach to funding for new and enhanced services, productivity initiatives and business development, at a December 2 meeting.
The cold weather has arrived in Vancouver and snow is in the forecast for the Lower Mainland next weekend. City crews will make consistent, coordinated efforts to keep main throughways clear, including bus routes, bridges, and arterials.