UPDATE: Video of the meeting. Didn’t get all my questions answered as some of those answering wandered off to things I didn’t ask, but have come away with more info. These meetings are so important and easy to attend and get answers from those making the decisions.
The first half hour is a presentation by each Area Director and the second half is questions.
Another clip from one of the CVRD’s FAQ’s -What is an MDA?. So why are the ‘terms and conditions’ being changed in this legal contract? This MDA was created after the public hearings in 2009 held after the CVRD lost the lawsuit after they illegally changed the water source after the public hearings in 2006 without allowing the public to comment on that change.
Quite the turnaround from the enthusiastic detailed responses to questions in Dec. 2017 to a one line ‘don’t respond’ to two simple questions now.
Here is the first part of page one of the revised MDA:
Here’s page 6 submitted in the package by Dyson regarding sewage changes in the MDA:
NOTE: the feature picture above is the VP of KIP aka UBE referring to the 2010 MDA negotiated between KIP and the CVRD as “clearly states…”, but now it no longer clearly states? What changed? Is there a revision in the 2017 MDA that I missed, because from this FAQ https://drive.google.com/file/d/1h2uIHyBTLCin6x4VuayZ4Q1mwPWIha0v/view?usp=sharing by the CVRD regarding the revisions, has pretty strong language that specifically addresses the sewage questions. That language has all but disappeared and now we’re getting the ‘intent’ of the MDA to allow this developer to renege once again.