Tonight’s waning last quarter city council meeting offers up a multitude of housing and zoning bylaw amendments and many developer pal funding appropriation thank you’s and WTF street closures.


Tonight’s city council meeting should again not be any different from any previous city council meeting when it comes to “stacking the deck” in favour of their developer pals and appropriating large sums of taxpayers’ cash to their campaign donor buds to Mussatto’s Team Slate closing down 26 St. West at Lonsdale based on a sham Pezzente traffic study “contradicting” ICBC’s legitimate traffic study report.

The majority of 26 St. neighbourhood did not favour the oversized foot print for the new development or want to lose their green space or street access to Lonsdale.  But when you are just a taxpaying resident and not a Mussatto campaign investor the odds will never ever be in your favour…  But tonight’s road closure doesn’t stop here.  They also want to create a bylaw to: close and remove highway dedication off 100 Block East 22nd Street.  #UpperLonsdaleUnite  #Vote4ChangeOct20

But there is a twilight of good news in tonight’s meeting… a Notice of Motion by wannabe mayor Rod Clark wants the city to endorse the recommendation of the BC Rental Housing Task Force: that the maximum rental increase be cut from inflation plus 2% to inflation only, and that the automatic 2% increase be eliminated.

Wannabe Mayor Councillors Buchanan And Clark Are Ready to Program Your Livability… Whether You Want Them To Or Not.


What happened during last Monday Night’s City Council Fight Card should be an indication in what to expect next week… Like Mussatto’s developer pal Polygon Gallery looking to grab more taxpayer’s money.   A 2014 Mussatto campaign donor whom under poor management low-balled their operational costs and its sustainability into the future.  Luckily for taxpayers their “11th hour $225 bridged finance request” has been at least deferred to at least next Monday’s city council meeting or will it be deferred to city council’s last chance meeting on October 29th… after CNV citizens have decided if it is time for change or not.

Meanwhile out on the mayoral campaign trail two of our despicable city councillor’s Buchanan n’  Clark are flooding and polluting front lawns and defecating green spaces with their damn wannabe mayoral signs.  Two anti NIMBY’s voicing similar sanctimonious robotic platforms that would enable either one IF elected to further deconstruct and devastate the social wellness and livability of our city…  All you have to do discerning voters is look at their evidentiary pro density city council records over the last four years.  #EnoughBullShit

Mayor Mussatto’s North of 17th Street “density Mea Culpa”… well almost. His love for double dipping donor Darwin remains “immaculate” in spite of their deconstruct of Harry Jerome’s existing lands.


Today’s Sunday blog is a precursor i.e. what to expect in tomorrow’s Harry Jerome Titanic Rec Centre “PROJECT APPROVAL” and Harry Jerome’s Financing Structure and (Genga) Risk.  The following video clip features none other than our infamous mayor from last Monday’s Night’s NV Museum & Archives main event.  Even though the subject in question was the financial overruns & shortfalls with the NVMA.  The mayor could not help but point out the crossover similarities when it comes to the proposed Titanic HJ Sports Centre.  Identifying the en masse density explosion that is about to consume Upper Lonsdale Communities…  An unprecedented 8+ Years devastation – deteriorating its livability and social wellness!  And lest we forget its inevitable UNAFFORDABILITY for anyone/family making annually less than $150K by 2023-5.  #unaffordableHousing  #MASSattoVille

With the Harry Jerome Lands twin faulty towers “already in print” the landscape of Upper Lonsdale will now and forever be under attack by fornicating vulturine developers like Darwin!  #UpperLonsdaleSOL

FWIW here is my June’s blog most viewed…


A contemptible pattern was quite evident in June’s most viewed when it came to the Harry Jerome Lands Public Hearing rezoning.  It was seemingly a staged performance featuring bad acting & non believable misdirection led by Mussatto and his wannabe night-mayor Linda Buchanan; while other land-grabbing city councillor imposters were lassoing horse trading – hee haw!

Surely CNV deserves a city council that has a strong neighbourly back bone, void of developer brokering and backroom corruption.  Obstinate hardened traits held by our current spineless & vainglorious city council despicables.  #vote4changeOctober20

Tonight’s Harry Jerome Lands Public Hearing: In one corner we have Mussatto’s Team Slate double dippin’ donor Darwin Construction tagging up with CNV Community Density Councillors and in the other corner uh, unified Upper Lonsdale residents – GLWT


Tonight is all about proposing once again changes to our toothless OCP bylaws and of course “amending  zoning bylaws” to accommodate the inane density madness proposed for the HJ Neighbourhood Lands.

The amount of density pollution, traffic & parking chaos this community will have to endure for at least eight long years should be criminal at best.  But try telling that to Mussatto’s Team backers “indebted” to their 2014 campaign investor Darwin Construction… or try telling that to city councillors who want to devastate a community in the name of Olympic swimmers and curlers MOST whom do not live in our city!  #UpperLonsdaleSOL

Should we not expect as in like always, Harry Jerome resident voices to be heard then overruled by the end of tonight’s Public Hearing.

If there was ever a double dealing reason, need to bring down our city council on October 20th – this is it…  Unless common sense prevails and a majority of Councillors decide to put these ‘can’t have one without the other’ projects on a back burner to be served up later by the yet to be elected new city council.  #Vote4ChangeOct20

Unfortunately there’s too much horse trading willingness on both sides not to expect a fatal devastating blow to the HJ community… If there was ever a time to believe in 5 act play. 

A contentious night it will surely be… giddy up!