Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

• Unknown price doesn’t scare Vancouver’s bid for Granville property [Globe and Mail]
• Arbutus Corridor [Stephen Rees’s Blog]
• NPA pushes De Genova up to council, keeps Coupar at park board [State of Vancouver]
• The 2013 Bus Service Performance Review is live! [The Buzzer Blog]
• Vancouver park board to vote on Bud Osborn memorial [Georgia Straight]
• Political opponents not touching Mayor Gregor Robertson’s split from wife [Georgia Straight]
• Residents of Oppenheimer Park issue Eviction Notice to the City of Vancouver [The Mainlander]
• Langley received $83.9 million in transportation services from TransLink in 2013 [South of Fraser Blog]
• Surrey Mayoral Politics Make Surprising Bedfellows [The Tyee]
• Brewers face expensive upgrades to meet proposed waste water bylaw [Vancouver Sun]
• Kinder Morgan head says he’d like to thaw relations with Burnaby over pipeline [Vancouver Sun]

• Victoria bridge project dogged by missteps and conflict, report says [Victoria Times Colonist]
• Industrial growth should not harm Kitimat if emissions managed, Polak says [Globe and Mail]
• Mass opposition to Squamish LNG plant sparks calls for citizens’ vote [Vancouver Observer]
• Seattle may need to pick up more costs on South Lake Union streetcar [Crosscut]
• CRC: Proposed new bridge would end in Oregon at Northeast Airport Way [The Oregonian]
• Seattle Council Sends Metro Tax to Ballot [Seattle Transit Blog]
• A Downtown School Just Dropped in Seattle’s Lap [Sightline Daily]
• Why some modernist homes make bad neighbors [Blooming Rock]

• Streetcar Blues [National Post]
• How to make city mayors ‘responsible’ [Globe and Mail]

• Piety and Perversity: The Palms of Los Angeles [Los Angeles Review of Books]
• Cost of Living Is Really All About Housing [City Lab]
• Life inside SF’s vanishing single resident occupancies [The Bold Italic]
• Could ‘co-design’ help Peckham where community consultation failed? [The Guardian]