On the Street: Colwood logo, condo waste, trust law, divers reopen, new subdivision

Colwood wants brand new look

Colwood wants a new image. The city is aiming to “refresh” itself by changing its old logo showing Hatley Castle inside a circle. The request for proposals calls for a new visual identity that sends a message Colwood has a unique connection with nature, is poised for significant growth and change, has a youthful and growing population and reflects its multi-generational, healthy and active citizens who work and play in that municipality. It must also convey Colwood’s values of integrity, accountability and collaboration. Colours required: bright blue, black, white and green. The request closes Jan. 31. Graphics and photographs for Colwood’s new website are also expected. Applicants interested in designing the new website also have a Jan. 31 deadline.

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Panel to discuss condo waste

The Coast Waste Management Association has assembled a panel to discuss the development and management of waste and recycling at multifamily residential properties during a forum Feb. 22 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre in Nanaimo. There are challenges at condominiums and other facilities because diverse groups are involved, each with differing needs, opinions and desired outcomes, said executive director Will Burrows. The panel includes Glenda Gies of Glenda Gies & Associates; Lynda Brind-Dickson of the B.C. Apartment Owners and Managers Association; Angela Wallis, resource conservation manager with King County Housing Authority; and Alex Limongelli of Waste Management of Canada.

Noted lawyer launches book

Donovan Waters QC of Victoria has launched the fourth edition of his celebrated book, Waters on Trusts. Waters is a leading authority on trust law in Canada and his book is recognized as a seminal work on the topic throughout the common-law world, being cited more than 1,500 times within Canadian courts. Waters has been counsel with the law firm of Horne Coupar in Victoria since 2004.

Rockfish Diversclean, re-open

Rockfish Divers at Brentwood Bay Resort, 849 Verdier Ave., is holding a grand re-opening Saturday on the dock at its Marina and Eco-Adventure Centre. It kicks off with an underwater clean-up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Divers can register at rockfishdivers.com. An open house follows from 1 to 4 p.m. Call 250-516-3483.

Subdivision application

A subdivision application has been submitted for 16 residential lots in Metchosin on Centre Mountain Road, off Neil Road. McElhanney Consulting Services has applied for the application and a development permit application for tree clearing for a new access road.

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