It’s the final week of summer vacation, the kids are either excited or dreading the trip back to school next week, and we’ve got some links for you.
Let’s face it, the Coquitlam-Burke Mountain provincial riding has been a little boring. True, it’s only been around since 2008. Doug Horne has been the only MLA. Ho Hum. But with the news that DOA frontman Joe Keithley is seeing the NDP nomination? Yeah, I’m interested again. Luckily for me, it’s my riding. Can’t wait until we limp into the next provincial election.
The 2012 Metro Vancouver Urban Futures Survey has kicked off. Sponsored by various cities around Metro Vancouver, the survey is designed to give residents a say in regional planning. Tenth to the Fraser tells us that New West is underrepresented. I’m not sure how it’s possible for New West not to be heard, the noise from here is usually quite substantial.
On September 8th, the Port Moody Library will hold the summer reading club medal ceremony. My 7 year old is really looking forward to her medal after our 50 days of reading.
The Tri-City News has a story about the social media use amongst our local politicians. If you’d like to see what our local political types are tweeting, I still have the Twitter list from TriCityVotes.com that you can follow.
Restaurant review time! Robin Leung enjoys Sushi K Kamizato in Port Coquitlam.
Finally, the Port Coquitlam skate park is the setting of the latest release from UnderAgedFilms. Man these kids are good. See you next week.