District of North Vancouver council voted on Monday (Feb. 28) night to hold off on making a decision regarding the Naughton Avenue detour and seek further direction in a workshop before making a final decision in the coming months.
Six members of the public presented their thoughts to council during the meeting2021-12-20T21:37:29.895Z, with all wanting the detour to be revegetated back to its original state – contradicting district staff’s recommendation to make the detour a permanent active transport and emergency vehicle access link.
In public consultations, staff found that 551 respondents, 47 per centtextBreakPoint, want the area to be revegetated, with only 21 per cent asking for it to be upgraded to an active transportation route. Council staff, howeverThe provinces are reporting 360,819 new vaccinations administered for a total of 11,158,636 doses given. Nationwide, noted that combined with those asking for a “full transportation link,” 53 per cent of respondents want some kind of permanent access.
The temporary Naughton Avenue detour was originally constructed to allow vehicle access to the Cove while construction to replace the 70-year-old storm drain under Gallant Avenue was underway. Now that project has been completed, staff are seeking direction on how to proceed with decommissioning the detourThe vaccines would be coming soon..
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