Please see the attached notice regarding a proposal to build a semi-detached home at 155 Northwestern Avenue. The owner is requesting Minor Variances on lot width only. All other Zoning By-law requirements are being met.
This week’s topics:
- Update on Nicole Lenz – Still missing.
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:45:43 -0500
From: DANIEL BUCKLES <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Handy volunteer needed! Fun activity!
The Environment Committee of the CPCA has acquired the Purple Martin birdhouse from the former Trailhead site on Scott Street (almost the only thing actually salvaged). Thanks Adrian!
We have also received support from the NCC to install the birdhouse in the NCC woods between our community and the river.
Two volunteers are needed to make all of this happen.
Subject: Please Join Me Saturday March 10
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2018 21:09:30 +0000
From: Naqvi, Yasir (MAG) <Yasir.Naqvi@ontario.ca>
As you know, our government recently passed the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017. This legislation replaced the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) with the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, which will help ensure that proceedings before the tribunal are faster, fairer and more affordable.
We want to make sure that we do everything possible to give people a stronger voice in the planning of their own communities. So, I am pleased to invite you to a town hall discussion on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the Churchill Seniors Recreation Centre, 345 Richmond Road, Ottawa.
This week’s topics:
- Jennifer Scott missing.
- STEP in March – Distracted driving and speeding.
- Consultation re Conducted Energy Weapons – More tasers, more training, outreach, questionnaire.
- Do you know this suspect?
Our co-chair, Heather, is working on a SmartCity response for the CPCA. She would appreciate your input, but also encourages you to respond to the survey directly. Here is some background.
The Federal government’s Smart Cities Challenge invites cities to compete for a top prize of $50 million. The money will be used by the winning cities to respond to community challenges, by taking a “smart city” approach, using data and connected technology. The government is prioritizing applications that harness community input and feedback (that’s us!), to identify key challenges and potential solutions.