Spring Metro Vancouver Update hits regional mailboxesSpring Metro Vancouver Update hits regional mailboxes<div class="ExternalClassB9040DBDA9D44DAFAC493BE2C5829AA2"><p>Metro Vancouver published its spring newsletter mail-out late last month, informing residents about the link between Metro Vancouver services and the region's quality of life.</p><p>The spring 2018 Metro Vancouver Update, a special newsprint edition that was mailed out to 950,000 residents, highlighted the region’s budget and how much is earmarked for different services, such as water, sewer, solid waste, regional parks and housing. This edition, for instance, detailed the upcoming water, wastewater and affordable housing projects, recycling rates across the region and a new land acquisition fund for Regional Parks.</p><p>This is the second newsletter to be distributed to the region’s residents and is aimed at informing, educating and building stronger public awareness and appreciation for the work Metro Vancouver does and how this work impacts the lives of residents every day.</p><p>The inaugural edition of the Metro Vancouver Update went out in December 2017 to more than 725,000 residences. A third edition is slated for this fall.​</p></div>http://www.metrovancouver.org/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue45-mvupdate.jpg2018-07-27T07:00:00ZGP0|#76d09df2-5a56-4714-9d4a-56a599fd2fd4;L0|#076d09df2-5a56-4714-9d4a-56a599fd2fd4|Issue 45;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassBAB2163530BC4666B3D40B2E36A7E946"><p>​Metro Vancouver published its spring newsletter mail-out late last month, informing residents about the link between Metro Vancouver services and the region's quality of life.</p></div>0