BCPS is seeking comment on the need for an area conservation plan prior to more area urban expansion.
Water is a major issue for this new development proposal (Urbanstar), just as it remains for the Glenbow Ranch development. We think that the city of Calgary is not planning on supplying Cochrane with additional water and has no plan to supply Glenbow, nor to take its sewage. A sewage treatment plant being toyed with the west side of the Glenbow development would not cover the whole development.
Does RVC has a coherent long term plan for development, water supply, sewage or ecological aspects such as a wild life corridor?
We would like to hear your thoughts on this matter.
“To ensure the natural and historical values of Bighill Creek Watershed are preserved for this and future generations.”
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