The third and final Open House was held in the Town of Gretna from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Development Plan Policies were presented to the public for feedback. If you were unable to attend the Open House, all presentation material and surveys have been posted on the website.
RPGA Planning District Board Vice-Chair Ted Klassen and Jacqueline East presented at the 2011 Manitoba Planning Conference as part of Sustainable Planning and Community Visioning. Click on the link to see the presentation.
The second of three open houses was held at the Plum Coulee Community Hall from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. The major issues facing the future development and growth of the RGPA area were presented to the public. Board members, Council members, and staff were present to hear the community’s views about how they want their community to develop in the future. There was also an exercise to allow the public to give their input into the policy direction the Board of the RPGA Planning District should take in drafting the new Development Plan. If you were unable to attend the Open House, a survey has been created and posted online to allow for more public input.
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The first of three open houses was held at the Altona Curling Club Lounge. Dillon Consulting presented the background work to date and asked for input from the community. Board members, Council members, and staff were present to hear the community’s views about how they want their community to develop in the future.
RPGA Planning District Board and Provincial representatives meet to discuss key planning issues that impact provincial departments. Additional information regarding 23.08.2010 meeting can be found here.
RPGA Planning District Board Meeting
Initial meeting with Plum Coulee and Gretna Town Councils.
Initial meeting with Rhineland Rural Municipal Council.
Initial meeting with RPGA Project Coordination Team and Altona Town Council.
Kick off meeting with RPGA Planning District Board.
RPGA Planning District Board kicked off the project with initial meetings with the Rhineland, Plum Coulee, Gretna and Altona Councils.
Community members of the RPGA Planning District took part in a community visioning project led by Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives. Community stakeholder sessions, surveys and youth and senior focus groups helped identify a series of community priorities, outlined in a Community Visioning Report