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Downtown parking study open house

The second open house for New Westminster's downtown parking study will be held at city hall on Wednesday evening (Feb. 13).

The study is looking at the current and expected conditions for parking and development in the Downtown core. It will focus on proposed strategies that will support the Downtown community plan and the city's future vision for the waterfront.

The displays will be up in the foyer at 6 p.m. with presentation and discussion beginning in the foyer and council chambers starting at 7 p.m.

For more information contact senior planner Mark Allison at mallison@newwestcity.ca or 604-527-4653.

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