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RDN seeking input on growth strategy

Nanaimo-area residents are being asked to share their thoughts about new policies on food security, water conservation, transportation, economic development, affordable housing and climate change included in the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Draft Regional Growth Strategy.

Nanaimo-area residents are being asked to share their thoughts about new policies on food security, water conservation, transportation, economic development, affordable housing and climate change included in the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Draft Regional Growth Strategy.

Interested residents are invited to fill out a survey at www.ShapingOurFuture.ca.

Those who complete the survey by May 27 will be entered to win $400 toward food from a grocery store of their choice. Other prizes include transit and recreation passes.

The regional growth strategy was adopted in 1997 and last reviewed in 2003. It represents the RDN’s commitment to shaping a more sustainable pattern of population growth and development in the region’s rural electoral areas and four municipalities over a 25-year period.

To view the draft strategy, please visit www.ShapingOurFuture.ca. Hard copies can be viewed at the RDN administration building, and all regional libraries and municipal offices within the RDN.

In addition to doing a survey, residents can provide feedback by sending an e-mail, writing a letter, or attending one of the presentations or events that will be listed on the website.

For more information, please e-mail growthmanagement@rdn.bc.ca or call 250-390-6510.





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