January 23, 2018

Holdout community centres want to hear from you

Six community centres continuing to refuse to negotiate with the Park Board want more people to let the city know what they think.

The holdout centres have formed My Vancouver Community Centres and are laying out the road map to help others if they want to tell the city and Park Board that the plan to pool resources isn’t the right approach.

Eric Harms, a former Community Centre Association President, speaks for the group, “The mayor needs to know there are voters out here who aren’t satisfied with the way things are going and that people are going to remember this.”

harms says the centres aren’t saying nothing needs to change but they are saying there are some non-negotiables, like pooling financial resources.

CKNW Vancouver News

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