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SRA news 31 January 2011

Hello, Strathcona friends and neighbours. Here is the agenda for the next meeting of the Strathcona Residents Association, to be held on February 2, 2011, 7:15 p.m. at the Strathcona Community Centre. There may be other information items presented in addition to those listed below.

Below the agenda is a message from James Johnstone, SRA Chair, regarding film and video production in the neighbourhood.

 

 

AGENDA

 

1) Committee Reports:

·        Zoning Committee

·        Filming In Strathcona

·        Treasurer 

·        Safety And Security Committee

·        Union Bike Path Update

 

2) False Creek Casino Expansion Update

·        Upcoming Public Forum at the Chinese Cultural Centre: 7 pm, Wednesday February 9, 2011

o   Venue Rental

 

3) Historic Area Height Review & The SRA

                             

4) Special Guest Speakers: We are particularly honoured that two key leaders of the successful fight to save the old East End from total demolition during the 1960s, Shirley Chan and Mike Harcourt, will come and share their memories of the epic effort to save Strathcona.

 

 

Re: THE KILLING PRODUCTIONS FILMING IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD

 

Dear Friends and Neighbours,

 

Recently there has been a lot of discussion in the neighbourhood, and at SRA meetings about film crews who come and work in our neighbourhood, but who do not give back to the community, even though they have promised to make a donation to the community through the Strathcona Community Centre Association.

 

Please note, that THE KILLING PRODUCTIONS has indeed followed through with this and that the SCCA has already received cheques from this production company for the days they have filmed here and will continue to do so.

 

Though it might be a temporary inconvenience, please be aware that filming in Strathcona is an important source of income to the SCCA and the SRA, and that THE KILLING PRODUCTION CO. is doing its best to be a good guest here. Your understanding is very much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

James