Petition to prevent the 12 Story Tower proposed for Vidal Street Neighborhood

Please sign our petition and help stop developers from building this 12 story condominium in the middle of this residential area on Vidal Street.
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Development is good, but it needs to be appropriate to the existing neighborhood. Please sign our petition if you agree by clicking here.

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Come to City Hall Monday 6:30pm to Discuss Building Towers in Residential Areas

Developers are seeking permission to build a 12 story high rise in a quiet neighborhood on Vidal Street north of Thrift.

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More towers hurt property values of existing condo owners, and raise land prices making single family homes less and less affordable in our little City by the Sea. It is time City Hall starting listening to residents, and not just developers.

The Rally on Vidal

Come tell City Hall on Monday night at 6:30pm that we want to preserve our neighborhoods, and not turn White Rock into downtown Vancouver! We have enough towers in White Rock.

Come to City Hall Monday at 6:30pm

Contact Fiona MacDermid at 778-549-0216 if you would like to sign the petition to prevent the Vidal   Street towers, or help gather petition signatures today and Monday.

 

No More Towers on Vidal Street – Come Discuss April 29th at City Hall

Developers want to build a 12-story high-rise on Vidal. This is not right for White Rock. Residents want to limit development there to 4 stories, as in the new Royce development down the street. Attend the City Hall meeting at 6:30 Monday April 29th.

Sign the petition this weekend or Monday at Marine Drive and Vidal on the water to limit excessive height on Vidal. Fiona will be there to take signatures from concerned residents who want to preserve White Rock, not open it up to exploitation from developers. This affects all White Rock Residents.
The Rally on Vidal with Lilians SignEarlier in the week, residents Lillian Zubor and Pat Patrala met with City Staff to discuss the proposed development and other local concerns. You can view the minutes of the meeting here.