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In the aftermath of the wreck
Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz has come up with an idea that is different from the city center park.
On Wednesday, Katz proposed a major part of a city --
Land owned previously touted as a potential home to the water park can be converted into a park in memory of the late Izz Asper.
Katz said that there is only a small green space left at the fork in the road, and he thought it would be great if someone converted the ground parking lot into a park to commemorate the Asper, the dream of seeing the human rights museum is taking shape at this historic site.
\"After seeing everything that happened, I believe it will be very difficult to get any type of development on that website in the future,\" Katz said after the executive policy committee meeting. Alberta-
Chain hotels based in Karnataka hope to build a hotel and water park in a city
It has a parking lot called Parcel Four, which is adjacent to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights and Shaw Park.
The deal broke down after the council voted to postpone the project because they were concerned that they needed more details of the Canalta website and design plan before they approved $7
Millions of public subsidies
Last week, Canalta sent a letter to Barry Thorgrimson, property director, Winnipeg City, formally withdrawing the offer.
Canalta\'s letter states that the council\'s request requires \"substantial\" additional spending without knowing whether any of the designs they propose will be approved.
Katz said it would be difficult to develop the land in the future as developers would be asked to provide detailed drawings of potential facilities.
Wednesday was Katz\'s first comment on the water park in weeks.
He did not take part in any parliamentary vote because the fourth package was near his home at the Winnipeg Golf Club.
Katz says he thinks the park\'s money can be found in the community, and Fox North Portage Partnership can keep the green space.
The mayor said he had not spoken to the city government about the idea.
\"I just give you some food to think about,\" he said . \".
Fox North Portage Partnership chief executive Jim August called it an interesting idea and said the land has always been an important public space.
Land development will be a challenge, said August, and stakeholders should set aside some time before sitting down to discuss possibilities and meaningful things.
\"There is a lot of controversy around it, so you have to sit down and let the time pass and have some discussion around it,\" said August . \".
On Wednesday, it was not possible to reach yiz Asper\'s daughter, Gail Asper, for comment.
CMHR spokesperson Angela Casey said the idea could be one of many upcoming ideas that museum officials would like to work with stakeholders in other regions to develop things that are in the best interests of the region.
The museum will add green spaces and paths to its exterior design, she said, noting that there will be tall grasslands and places for people to sit and think about their experience at the museum.
\"I\'m sure we\'ll hear a lot of other ideas in the days to come and we won\'t go to yay or any of nay,\" Casey said . \".
The city has been trying to offer $7 since 2008
Grant millions of grants to private developers willing to build water parks and open to the public.
The grant was originally awarded to Canad Inns, but the deal failed in 2009 when no progress was made at the Polo Park water park.
Katz says he doesn\'t think water
The Dream of the park will continue.
He said $7 million will remain in the entertainment fund for projects such as community centres. jen.
Skerritt @ freepress. mb.
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