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Hi, I'm interested in learning more about the list of potential harms and benefits which could directly result from the proposed pipeline expansion project. Mainly, I am interested in how the city of Burnaby will profit from this project. Will there be an increase in the amount of money paid to the city as a result of using city lands to build the project? Is there a definite, set amount or percentage that is taxed to the city? Will this amount change after the proposed changes have been put in place as compared to right now? Thank you for considering my questions. Sincerely, Brittany
I would like to know about employment with your company on this project, where would I find info and how to apply? And any other info along these lines. Thank you Brian
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What guarentees can you make that BC tax payers won't be left holding the bag when the pipeline bursts? We already know your company would be on the hook for only1.8 million. While tax payers are on the hook for the rest which could reach totals of 100 million. What gives you the right to walk into an environmentally protected area and start cutting down trees? Why is your vision of the future the bottom dollar? Where will the money come from when the oil is all gone and the environment is destroyed because companies like your have tunnel vision? Why do you look at one spot on the picture when there's a whole picture to look at? Tell your board members you go out of this world the same way you came in with nothing. Why do you and your board members feel that you need more money than you can spend in 20 life times? What has your company done to better humanity? Selling oil at over inflated prices doesn't count. And don't tell me about all the donations you've made either because that's …
What percentage of line is below grade and out of sight and is the right of way useable to private or public.
I see that your infrastructure crosses through several municipalities within Metro Vancouver. As well, it also exists in close proximity to other major utitlities' infrastructure. Are you taking measure to coordinate with local governments as well as the other major utilities in joint infrastructure planning? It seems that there could be some cost saving here not to mention a decrease in the disruption to traffic and residents.
2844 Bainbridge Ave
PO Box 84028 Bainbridge
Burnaby, BC V5A 4T9