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Train whistles, new development on Downtown agenda

New Westminster’s Downtown Residents Association hosts its next general meeting Jan. 25 at Holy Trinity Parish Hall on 514 Carnarvon St. at 7 p.m. 

Developer Krishnan Anand will be there to solicit feedback for the proposed phase two development of BrickStone Walk at 848 Royal. Carolyn Armanini from the City of New Westminster’s development services is making a presentation about initiatives on train whistle cessation in the Downtown area. She will also share initial planning ideas on the re-design of Front Street without the North Fraser Perimeter Road.

 

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