After seven years of planning and $60 million spent, the CRD sewage project continues to make headlines. The cost and affordability of the largest infrastructure project in the history of the Capital Regional District remains the greatest reason for concern.
Is it the best plan? Has the CRD eliminated all of the options? What will be the final cost for taxpayers?
A cost effective alternative sewage plan that meets regional needs for the foreseeable future without the devastating tax increase is now on the table for the CRD to seriously evaluate but are they paying attention? This panel will give an overview of this alternative plan and the associated cost savings.
Members of the public are invited to participate in the moderated panel. No need to preregister.
Andrew Weaver (Oak Bay - Gordon Head MLA)
Chris Corps (Pivotal IRM), Richard Atwell (The RITE Plan)
Paul Corns (Royal Roads University, Associate VP Community Relations and Advancement) as moderator