Links: Port Coquitlam City Guide and Time Capsule

Port Coquitlam City Info Guide

The City of Port Coquitlam has released a new City Info Guide. The guide provides info about the municipal government on the east side. You can download it in PDF format here.

On October 15th, Poco will be burying a time capsule as part of the centennial celebrations. They’re looking for submissions of art, photographs, writing, and other small items. The time capsule will be opened in 25 years in 2038. For more information and how to submit your items, you can visit the City of Poco website.

Lots going on in the eastside this week, as the Poco Best Biz awards are looking for nominations. It’s the first annual Poco biz awards, and you can nominate your favourite by October 3rd, then vote on the website between October 4th and 11th. The celebration ceremony will take place on October 17th, 6:30pm at the Poco Inn & Suites. To nominate, vote, and get tickets to the event, visit the event page at

Port Moody councillors are looking for a pay raise, to bring them closer to their counterparts in the rest of the Tri-Cities. So should they get it? Or should they not? Can I say they should get their raise, but the fact that we have 5 city councils around here is ridiculous?

Selina Robinson had a busy September, check out the update on what’s going on in her blog and her thoughts on the question of what to do with Riverview.

City Hall Watch in Vancouver takes a look at the Port Moody OCP process, and compare the consultation process here with what’s happening at Metro Vancouver.

People tend to love or hate Sushi Town on the Barnet Highway in Coquitlam. Check out their recent renovations, much nicer, but what about the food?

Finally, summer is but a distant memory. The folks that built the new waterpark in Makin Park in Maillardville have given us something to remember it by.

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