Fight like a girl campaign aimed to break down perception that our sport is skewed more to the male market. Taekwondo girls are strong, powerful and determined.
When we need to expand and grow, our options are going to be VERY limited under this new bylaw.
You don't have to be a business owner to be affected by this bylaw. You also don't have to be an Artisan student. If you or your kids participate in any sport or club, there is a very good chance you head into an Industrial area. Free span (no pillar) space with enough parking is tough to come by in Regina and the Industrial Areas give us a great place to start - builds that fit our needs for size and configuration, and prices that allow new programs to start.
In the same sizes space in a retail area, our rent would double. In a new build in the developing retail areas (like Greens or Harbour Landing) our rent would more than triple.
And in order to survive, so too will your fees. Sport, club, and fitness is a crucial.part of your life, no matter what your income.
Even if you are not a business or club owner, this bylaw will affect you and your children. PLEASE TELL THE CITY COUNCIL THAT YOU DO NOT WANT RECREATION AND FITNESS COSTS TO INCREASE!!!
We have until June 11th to submit our feedback! Time to raise your voice!
More info at regina.ca/zoningbylaw
And ease email your opinions and impact statements to email@example.com!!!!! ...
Spirit of the Dragon martial arts studio has been in its current location in the 1200 block of Lorne Street for more than a decade, and in the city’s industrial area for nearly 25 years. However, proposed changes to the city’s zoning bylaws have owners concerned about their future in the spot.