Lantzville

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville expected to adopt budget with 20.7% tax increase

District council passes three readings of financial plan bylaw

 

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville looking at 21% property tax increase

District of Lantzville asking for public input on 2022 budget

 

A rendering of Lantzville village south, looking west on Ware Road at Lantzville Road with a grocery store on the left and mixed-use buildings on the right. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville council looks over plans for shops and hundreds of homes in village’s downtown

OCP and zoning amendment application asks for upward of 700 residential units

 

Ocean views at Pierce Woods Marine Park in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)

Lantzville purchases waterfront property as new marine park

Three-hectare Pierce Woods Marine Park located on Sabre Road

Ocean views at Pierce Woods Marine Park in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)
Lantzville Mayor Mark Swain will no longer represent his municipality on the Regional District of Nanaimo board as his council voted 3-2 to replace him. (News Bulletin file photo)

District of Lantzville removes mayor from RDN board

Coun. Will Geselbracht taking over from Mayor Mark Swain as director after 3-2 vote

Lantzville Mayor Mark Swain will no longer represent his municipality on the Regional District of Nanaimo board as his council voted 3-2 to replace him. (News Bulletin file photo)
Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

UPDATE: Lantzville working on ‘good neighbour’ bylaw

Clauses cover unsightly premises, noise, vehicle idling, graffiti cleanup and more

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)
The Regional District of Nanaimo and District of Lantzville have received a $30,139 grant from the B.C. Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, for emergency support services training. (Submitted photo)

B.C. government provides $30K to RDN, Lantzville for emergency services training

Exercises to look at wildfire evacuation from emergency support service perspective

The Regional District of Nanaimo and District of Lantzville have received a $30,139 grant from the B.C. Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, for emergency support services training. (Submitted photo)
New child care spaces are coming to Lantzville, the B.C. government has announced. (Stock photo)

Province partnering on more than 100 child-care spaces in Lantzville

Snaw-Naw-As First Nation and Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools to benefit from added child care spots

New child care spaces are coming to Lantzville, the B.C. government has announced. (Stock photo)
A woodlot in Lantzville. District council voted unanimously this week for the municipality to formally oppose logging of at-risk old-growth forests and to ask the province to defer logging in those areas. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville councillors add their voices in opposition to old-growth logging

District council unanimously passes motion calling for province to defer logging at-risk old-growth

A woodlot in Lantzville. District council voted unanimously this week for the municipality to formally oppose logging of at-risk old-growth forests and to ask the province to defer logging in those areas. (News Bulletin file photo)
An artist’s rendering of Clark Drive development in Lantzville. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville residents petition B.C. Supreme Court to overturn zoning decision

OCP and zoning amendments for 250-unit Clark-Medd development passed last fall

An artist’s rendering of Clark Drive development in Lantzville. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
Nanaimo RCMP on scene at an incident in Lantzville last year. (News Bulletin file photo)

Some mischief and theft, but Lantzville mostly ‘peaceful,’ says RCMP

Nanaimo RCMP inspector updates municipality on policing priorities and challenges

Nanaimo RCMP on scene at an incident in Lantzville last year. (News Bulletin file photo)
Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville moving forward with 7.6-per cent property tax increase

District council passes three readings of financial plan bylaw

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)
Nanaimo courthouse. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville citizen counter-suing councillor who alleged privacy breach

Clinton Smith files response and counter-claim following Coun. Karen Proctor’s lawsuit

Nanaimo courthouse. (News Bulletin file photo)
Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville staff and council trim projected tax increase

Staff stresses asset management funding gap

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)
A new street proposed in Lantzville’s Clark-Medd area. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville approves ‘contentious’ development, will mail out explanatory letter

Council votes 3-2 to send letter regarding Clark-Medd project to alleviate ‘misunderstanding’

A new street proposed in Lantzville’s Clark-Medd area. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
A concept of homes on Ronald Road as part of the Clark-Medd project. (Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville council moves along Clark-Medd project amid protest outside district hall

Council passes third readings of OCP amendment and zoning bylaw by 3-2 votes

A concept of homes on Ronald Road as part of the Clark-Medd project. (Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
An artist’s rendering of the proposed Clark-Medd development in Lantzville. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville developer agrees to compromise on density of major project

Clark-Medd development back before district council next week for third reading

An artist’s rendering of the proposed Clark-Medd development in Lantzville. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
District of Lantzville Coun. Karen Proctor. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville councillor sues over privacy breach after her old phone was allegedly monitored

Coun. Karen Proctor files notice of civil claim against resident Clinton Smith

District of Lantzville Coun. Karen Proctor. (News Bulletin file photo)
Designs for the streetscape improvement project in Lantzville’s village core. (Victoria Drakeford/District of Lantzville image)

Funding comes through to help with Lantzville’s village core project

Island Coastal Economic Trust providing $133,000 toward $400,000 project

Designs for the streetscape improvement project in Lantzville’s village core. (Victoria Drakeford/District of Lantzville image)
Shop local banners were put up this week at Lantzville District Hall. (District of Lantzville photo)

Lantzville waving ‘shop local’ banners during pandemic

Municipality partners with Support Local B.C. on electronic gift-card campaign

Shop local banners were put up this week at Lantzville District Hall. (District of Lantzville photo)