The Vancouver Park Board is meeting with the community centre associations and Vancouverites at a public meeting in the Westend Community Centre tonight.
On the agenda: the Park Board’s new proposal from Feb. 4, 2013.
Kerrisdale Community Centre
The 30-page presentation states that 27 per cent of Vancouver’s population falls below the Low Income Cut‐Off (LICO).
High-income communities such as Dunbar still have an 18 per cent of its population below the LICO. Kerrisdale is named as a middle-income community with 22 18 per cent of its population below the LICO. According to the proposal, Marpole serves a low income community with 40 per cent of its population below the LICO. Continue reading
Local programs and seniors lunches will not be cut, said Park Board general manager Malcolm Bromley to a full house at Kerrisdale Community Centre on Tuesday night.
Hundreds of people filled the auditorium at a public meeting on Jan. 29, 2013. Photo by Katja De Bock
Hundreds of people came to the centre’s auditorium. Two overflow rooms were needed as people kept coming, many of them seniors.
The open house was organized by the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society to discuss a new partnership agreement with the Vancouver Park Board. If approved, the agreement would centralize financial operations and harmonize fees in all 24 centres. Continue reading