Series S05 - Community Planning

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Community Planning

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  • Textual record

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CA CCOQ F18-S05

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  • 1983-1994 (Creation)
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    Eagle Ridge Residents' Association

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10 cm of textual records

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(1981- present)

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The Eagle Ridge Residents' Association (TERRA) began on November 10, 1981 when a group of seventy concerned citizens met at the Church of Christ Hall on Runnel Drive to form a group to represent their concerns. The aim of the association was to improve conditions in the area and to give a united voice to their concerns. Membership in the Association was set at $5.00 per person and a group was elected to draft the constitution and bylaws. The Association lobbied municipal, provincial, and federal government on issues related to community planning, development, land use, and public services.

Association Presidents were:

John Roberts (1981-1982)
Terry O'Neill (1983)
Wally Unger (1984-1985)
Greg MacRae (1986)
Clayton Moore (1988-1990)
Susan Backus (1991-1992)
Dulce Huscroft (1993-1994)
Cindy Macie (1995-1998)
Ken A. Wood (1999-2002)

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The series consists of materials relating to growth, development, and rezoning in the community. Issues include the Glen Drive road referendum, the bid for the 1986 Summer Games, the Famous Player Theatre, Property rezoning at Landsdowne and Guildford, Taxi Service, Park between Landsdowne and Runnel, Swimming pools, ALRT, a Pub on Falcon at Runnel, the Petition against transfer to Coronation School from Eagle Ridge Elementary. The series also includes brochures and pamphlets for developments in the Tri-Cities including Westwood Plateau. Finally, the series includes the guide provided to ratepayer groups for the Consider Coquitlam program from 1994.

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