What has happened with the retaining wall at the Promenade?

There is a retaining wall at the Promenade development that sustained damage during a July 2018 rain storm. The wall was installed by the Promenade’s developer and inspected by a third-party engineer. The July storm overwhelmed the temporary sediment pond above the wall, resulting in water and mud overtopping the retaining wall. As a result, dirt and sediment accumulated on Castlegate Drive. Town staff cleaned up this public street with the cost charged back to the developer, and the developer remediated the site and rebuilt the retaining wall on their private property. A structural engineer has inspected the repairs and determined there is no danger to the public. The developer has installed additional drainage that should prevent the same thing from happening in the future.

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1. Over two years ago the Town said here in the fact and fiction that more gathering areas and items from the Promenade vision book would be built starting that year and going forward, not one
2. It appears that the Alberta developers site no longer contains any news regarding new tenants coming to the Promenade development, as the website is no longer active. Where can I find these updates?
3. What has happened with the retaining wall at the Promenade?
4. What is being done by the Town to ensure that the (Promenade) developer is delivering what was promised?
5. Hi! Can you provide an update on the Promenade shopping area? It looks like we are building more than we can fill...
6. How was the Town involved in funding the Promenade?