Editor’s Note April 1, 2015: City of Courtenay Issues Request For Proposals for Supportive Housing Project
In This Issue
- City of Courtenay issues Request for Proposals for supportive housing project,
- Campbell River to submit grant application to fund organic waste and biosolids facility, and
- Powell River holding town hall meeting on liquid waste management plan.
City of Courtenay Issues Request for Proposals for Supportive Housing Project
The City of Courtenay has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop and operate an affordable or supportive housing project at 810 Braidwood Road in Courtenay for persons and/or households in need of adequate and affordable housing in the Comox Valley. The successful proponent will develop a proposal to design, build and operate a housing project on the site to build a three-storey building to house a maximum of 30 units on the chosen site. The City of Courtenay encourages sustainability initiatives that demonstrate LEED and/or Built Green construction standards. The RFP closes on April 28th.
Campbell River to Submit Grant Application to Fund Organic Waste and Biosolids Facility
The City of Campbell River will submit a grant application to the Strategic Priorities Fund for a possible organic waste and biosolids processing facility. In the fall of 2014, the City of Campbell River sought proposals from qualified companies in the private sector for a public-private partnership to develop and operate an organic waste and biosolids processing facility in Campbell River. The City is interested in proven technologies employed at full scale facilities capable of processing both organic waste and biosolids.
Powell River Holding Town Hall Meeting on Liquid Waste Management Plan
Powell River’s liquid waste management plan (LWMP) is being finalized for submission to the Provincial Ministry of Environment. A public town hall meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 14 to complete the public consultation plan. The costs for building the new treatment plant is estimated to be $25 million.
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