Lantzville

Aspengrove School. (News Bulletin file photo)

Head of school near Nanaimo fired for ‘inappropriate online activity’

Aspengrove School’s board of governors was made aware of alleged incident on Aug. 26

 

The B.C. government announced resurfacing will happen on the slow lanes of the Island Highway between Cedar and Lantzville starting Aug. 22. (B.C. government photo)

Resurfacing starts this month on the Island Highway through Nanaimo

Project will include installing a larger culvert system in Lantzville to improve drainage

 

A rendering of Lantzville Village South, looking west on Ware Road at Lantzville Road with a grocery store on the left and mixed-use buildings on the right. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

700-unit development in Lantzville will proceed to public hearing

Mixed-use Village South project anticipated to bring $25-million economic benefit

 

An electronic road sign along Highway 19 near the Nanoose Bay warning drivers of potholes ahead, on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. (Mandy Moraes photo)

Highway 19 potholes between Parksville and Lantzville a nightmare for many Island drivers

Despite constant repairs to road, hundreds left to deal with damaged vehicles

An electronic road sign along Highway 19 near the Nanoose Bay warning drivers of potholes ahead, on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. (Mandy Moraes photo)
An allegedly impaired driver is facing charges after striking and injuring a tow truck driver on the Island Highway near Lantzville on Tuesday, Jan. 11. (Black Press file)

Alleged impaired driver strikes and injures tow truck driver along highway near Nanoose

Incident happened on Island Highway near Rumming Road on Tuesday, Jan. 11

An allegedly impaired driver is facing charges after striking and injuring a tow truck driver on the Island Highway near Lantzville on Tuesday, Jan. 11. (Black Press file)
A rendering of a Lantzville village south street scene looking from a new internal public road into a townhouse development with mid-block pedestrian trails. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville ponders plans for shops and hundreds of homes in village’s downtown

OCP and zoning amendment application asks for upward of 700 residential units

A rendering of a Lantzville village south street scene looking from a new internal public road into a townhouse development with mid-block pedestrian trails. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
Ocean views at Pierce Woods Marine Park in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)

Lantzville purchases waterfront property as new marine park

Three-hectare Pierce Woods Marine Park located on Sabre Road

Ocean views at Pierce Woods Marine Park in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)
Nanaimo courthouse. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville citizen counter-suing councillor who alleged privacy breach

Clinton Smith files response and counter-claim following Coun. Karen Proctor’s lawsuit

Nanaimo courthouse. (News Bulletin file photo)
A new street proposed in Lantzville’s Clark-Medd area. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville approves ‘contentious’ development, will mail out explanatory letter

Council votes 3-2 to send letter regarding Clark-Medd project to alleviate ‘misunderstanding’

A new street proposed in Lantzville’s Clark-Medd area. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
A concept of homes on Ronald Road as part of the Clark-Medd project. (Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville moves along massive housing development as protesters rally outside district hall

Council passes third readings of OCP amendment for Clark-Medd project by 3-2 votes

A concept of homes on Ronald Road as part of the Clark-Medd project. (Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
Stan Pottie with his new animatronic dinosaur named Lance on his property on Clark Drive West in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)

Lantzville business now guarded by animatronic dinosaur

Stan Pottie purchased two dinos in auction this month

Stan Pottie with his new animatronic dinosaur named Lance on his property on Clark Drive West in Lantzville. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)
Kaitlyn’s Way in Nanaimo. (News Bulletin file photo)
Kaitlyn’s Way in Nanaimo. (News Bulletin file photo)
The province has completed a Request for Proposal process for a corridor assessment, according to the Island Corridor Foundation. - File photo

Snaw-Naw-As First Nation calls for repurposing of E&N rail line

Suggestion: ‘A level, accessible, paved trail that connects communities and promotes recreation’

The province has completed a Request for Proposal process for a corridor assessment, according to the Island Corridor Foundation. - File photo
Approval of an emergency motion, introduced by Coun. Will Geselbracht on March 9, will now prohibit recording of District of Lantzville meetings, unless authorized. (News Bulletin file)

Lantzville prohibits audio and video recordings of council meetings without permission

District of Lantzville council approves emergency motion by 3-2 margin

Approval of an emergency motion, introduced by Coun. Will Geselbracht on March 9, will now prohibit recording of District of Lantzville meetings, unless authorized. (News Bulletin file)
There is a significant Nanaimo RCMP presence at a residence on Lantzville Road near Huddlestone Road, where a sudden death is under investigation. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

RCMP investigating after man found dead in Lantzville

Serious crimes unit called, though no foul play suspected

There is a significant Nanaimo RCMP presence at a residence on Lantzville Road near Huddlestone Road, where a sudden death is under investigation. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)
Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lantzville approves record 23-per cent property tax increase

District facing millions in upcoming infrastructure costs

Lantzville District Hall. (News Bulletin file photo)
The District of Lantzville has banned open-air fires on all beaches. The ban is effective immediately. (Black Press file)

Lantzville bans beach fires indefinitely

Ban takes effect immediately but councillors willing to continue to look at the issue

The District of Lantzville has banned open-air fires on all beaches. The ban is effective immediately. (Black Press file)
Peterson Road sign in Lantzville. District of Lantzville councillors have requested staff bring forward a street-naming policy that would provide direction on how future roads are named throughout the community. (News Bulletin file)

Lantzville will develop street-naming policy to avoid ‘Kaitlyn Way’

Councillor suggests Kayak Heaven Place, Beach Bliss Place and Hiking Gems Avenue

Peterson Road sign in Lantzville. District of Lantzville councillors have requested staff bring forward a street-naming policy that would provide direction on how future roads are named throughout the community. (News Bulletin file)
Lantzville beach. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

Beach fire ban coming to one of Vancouver Island’s few holdout communities

Lantzville councillors vote 3-2 to pass third reading of a fire protection services bylaw

Lantzville beach. NEWS BULLETIN file photo
A Lantzville beach. Councillors are considering banning fires from all beaches in Lantzville. (NEWS BULLETIN file)

Lantzville looking to ban beach fires as youths aren’t respecting beaches

Lantzville the only municipality south of Comox Valley that allows beach fires, district staff say

A Lantzville beach. Councillors are considering banning fires from all beaches in Lantzville. (NEWS BULLETIN file)