CBC Radio February 27, 2014. Podcast move the slider ahead to the 31:05 minutes mark, where a short interview with Shayne Ramsay, CEO of B.C. Housing, commences.
Globe & Mail: Dark history may temper public input on former hospital at Riverview.
[ Dark history? from my researches a patient was much safer at Riverview, than being out in the general public. The level of care given was exemplary, considering the sometimes bizarre circumstances the staff would find themselves in. ]
I went to the first public event that B.C. Housing has branded as Renewingriverview,with their website.
You can sign your identity possibly away, and provide online commenting via the above website, which in turn steers you to another website: Placespeak which has a convoluted sign up process that also in turn links to Twilio in their phone number confirmation procedures, and communication via telephony.
Frustrating experience I had with it all, Google, rightly informed me that email redirection was going on, and stopped an email that I sent to renewingriverview, and correctly placing any further attempted communications with these entities into my Spam folder. By all means please comment though, just be vigilant
Download the Comment Form (PDF) that was provided at the first meeting, which I guess could be forwarded to the email address provided on the website: firstname.lastname@example.org
1700 – 4555 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC V5H 4V8 - See more at: http://renewingriverview.com/questions/#sthash.6JDJmLci.dpuf
My question would be to B.C. Housing; "How is the public supposed to give relevant well-informed input into the public process, when we are not given access to the tools required?"
Buildings NOT assessed were: Bakery,(1940,1946); Boiler house(1924/1971); Industrial Therapy,(1962); Distribution Centre,(1963); Laundry / Stores (1951); Auditorium / Chapel (1959); and Valleyview (1959)
Tri-City News: GREEN SCENE: What's the future of Riverview? [ A picture of mine was used of the Crease Clinic at dusk in the printed edition of the newspaper, but not in the online version. ]
The Coquitlam Now: Big turnout for Riverview open house
Concerns with R'view open houses [ glad to see that others are also seeing through this type of micro-managing that is being foisted upon the public in this present round of "public consultation" ]
Pennington Hall — Centre Lawn — East Lawn — Henry Esson Young building
Cottages — North Lawn — Industrial Therapy — Valleyview; Homes for the Aged
Boys Industrial School of Coquitlam — Crease Clinic
Fire Hall — Nurses Residences a few more sets to create yet; Riverview is such a vast place. ☺