Metro Vancouver Corruption

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Corruption BC considers this report one of the top 3 acts of corruption of 2019.

Ray Robb denied Langley a public meeting regarding contaminates

When Corruption BC found out that taxpayers are paying over 100k a year for “Ray Robb” with the “Air quality & Enforcement department” to act recklessly and negligently while abusing and treating poor citizens with bias and contempt, it became the top stories of 2019.  Not only must he be removed immediately, he must be charged with Breach of Public Trust. Unless you want to pay him another 100 000 dollars of your money in 2020?

Before we begin. Were you aware that in 2017 Ray Robb denied Langley’s request for a public meeting when the city of Langley had serious concerns that two companies plan on discharging contaminates?  It involved two huge companies. Ebco: which provides metal finishing and hot-dip galvanizing services, and Weir: which manufactures rubber-lined steel pipes. Taxpayers had concerns of air contaminants but Ray Rob denied the city of Langley a public meeting.  It was in the news.

Who pays Ray Robb?  Taxpayers or corporations?  Then why did Ray deny Langley Taxpayers a public meeting?  Who is he accountable to?

Now let’s move to Ray Robbs actions in Vancouver.

This time it involved a huge company who has been sued in the past–Ledcor Construction  If you are not familiar with Ledcor, they are a multi-million dollar corporation with huge offices in posh office towers in Coal Harbour and all over Canada.

Currently.  Ledcor is building a huge building tower in posh Yaletown neighbourhood.  This construction is right next to a low-income building full of seniors and people with disabilities.  The construction is only a few feet away from the low-income building.

Instead of Ledcor using tarps and other methods from protecting the residents Ledcor discharged/emitted harmful contaminants which traveled right through the open windows of the poor and disabled residents.  See picture below.

Notice the contaminants ?
Notice the contaminants ?

When we showed this to Ray Robb with Metro Vancouver, he did not consider this serious. Ray Robb not only did nothing but said that was perfectly fine !?!

However. Ray Robb was not expecting a low-income resident to be receiving free help from an expert in air contaminants.   When

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please join us in demanding

 

Documentary on the misconduct, breach of public trust and abuse of power committed by Ray Robb & his friend & Mona.Sardashti who get paid over 100 000 a year and are responsible for air quality complaints.

The documentary will mention Neal Carley – General Manager, Parks, Planning & Environment

 

Coming soon

CONTACT THE BOARD CHAIRS

Sav Dhaliwal, Board Chair
Phone: 604-420-8188
Cell 778-228-0240
Email sav.dhaliwal@burnaby.ca

Linda Buchanan, Board Vice Chair
Phone: 604-998-3280

Email: lbuchanan@cnv.org

AND THESE “COUNCILLORS” ARE PART OF THE “BOARD FOR METRO VANCOUVER” 

Councillor

Christine

Boyle

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

clrboyle@vancouver.ca

 

Councillor

Adriane

Carr

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

clrcarr@vancouver.ca

 

Councillor

Melissa

De Genova

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

melissa.degenova@vancouver.ca

 

Councillor

Lisa

Dominato

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

lisa.dominato@vancouver.ca

 

Councillor

Colleen

Hardwick

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

colleen.hardwick@vancouver.ca

 

Mayor

Kennedy

Stewart

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

kennedy.stewart@vancouver.ca

 

Councillor

Michael

Wiebe

City of Vancouver

453 West 12th Avenue

Vancouver

BC

V5Y 1V4

604-873-7011

michael.wiebe@vancouver.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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