REPORTING · 3rd October 2012
As a part of her good news for Monday, October 1st, Mayor Joanne Monaghan provided an update on the Kitimat LNG Project. The report was provided to her by Natalie Poole-Moffatt, The head of government and public affairs for Apache Canada
“The Kitimat LNG and Pacific Trails Pipeline projects continue to progress positively. Kitimat LNG is opening a full time community office in down town Kitimat. Renovations are nearly complete and they will be holding an open house in the near future,” said Monaghan.
She explained how work on the Kitimat LNG site was continuing with blasting, crushing and sorting of rock. They are creating a road leading to a forestry road. They will also be making improvements to the west side road.
They felled the first tree in August and will work on the project into the fall.
Comment by Tom on 9th October 2012
The common law of right of passage goes back to roman days . The destruction of the trail is vandalism . Vandals also go back to roman days . Are there any lawyers in kitimat ?
for the public? really?
Comment by Bob Drake on 5th October 2012
"Ok, so when is big buisness going to do somthing for the public."
YOU MEAN OTHER THAN PAYING TAXES, PROVIDING SAFE HIGH PAYING JOBS, HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF $$ IN DONATIONS TO YOUTH AND COMMUNITY GROUPS AND ALLOWING KITIMAT RESIDENTS THE LUXURY OF SOME OF THE LOWEST MUNICIPAL TAXES IN WESTERN CANADA?
do something? really?
Last week I drove to the start of the trail...
Comment by A. Hewitson on 5th October 2012
... at the former log dump site. Having had something to do with the construction of the trail, I am not surprised, but hugely disappointed to see all the signs bulldozed down at the access along with threes and all indicators of those who worked on building the trail.. But a little perseverance will get you on what's left of the trail, pretty overgrown and harder than ever to follow however. New businesses, especially in Texas have little concern for people's past labours and interests. Pretty disgusting overall --
LNG cut off access to the North cove trail
Comment by Hard CORE on 3rd October 2012
Ok, so when is big buisness going to do somthing for the public.Take all the access and leave nothing for the public.The town of Kitimat is more land lock than ever.Can't even go hike the trail anymore.So when is the MAYOR going to get us access to our Canadian coast line again.I am mad as hell.
Nothing for public access to our ocean .
Comment by Tom on 3rd October 2012
Wonderful up date for business . What about the public . You know . The people you represent .remember us ?