The 16 strategies, which make up Whistler 2020, formerly known as the Comprehensive Sustainability Plan, are now available for the public to read in draft form.
The strategies have been developed through the work and input of roughly 130 community members over the past five months. They will be online and available at Municipal Hall by Friday June 10.
These strategies make up the draft document of Volume II of Whistler 2020 and establish how Whistler will achieve the shared community vision, priorities and directions.
The strategies range in topic from arts, culture and heritage to health and social issues, resident housing and transportation.
Staff is planning to present the strategies to council at the August 2 meeting.
Tennis players to meet
The Whistler Valley Tennis Club will be having its Annual General Meeting on Saturday June 11.
There will be an open discussion on the new tennis facilities proposed by The Holborn Group. The company is planning to spend $5 to $7 million to upgrade the existing club facilities at the Whistler Racquet Club.
The meeting will be held at 3 p.m. at Myrtle Phillip Elementary School. All are welcome to attend.
Community Forest Dialogue
The Whistler Forum will be holding a Dialogue Café on Tuesday June 14 on the prospect of a Whistler Community Forest.
The evening is entitled "A Community Forest for Whistler? Can we manage better than the forest companies?"
Expert Peter Ackhurst will kick off the discussion at Blenz Coffee Shop at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. A $5 donation is suggested.