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Rosemount Library – Let Champlain Park’s voice, YOUR voice be heard!

Rosemount Library is the second most used library per sq/ft of all 32 branches AND has been the #1 branch priority for the Ottawa Public Library for three years. Yet, other libraries lower on the list have had expansions and … Continue reading

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Premiere Ave at Carleton Ave loses a big tree to development

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The intersection of Carleton Avenue at Scott Street is a main gateway to our community, for pedestrians and vehicles alike. For more than a year many of us have watched with vigilance as two new houses have gone up at … Continue reading

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Infill II By-Law Proposal Update

Infill 2 By-Law Update, 22 Feb 2015 for Champlain Park website Heather Pearl and Lynne Bankier, CPCA Co-Chairs, have been involved over the last several months in some multi-community discussions on the Infill 2 By-Law proposal (see CPCA website links … Continue reading

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Federation of Citizens’ Associations of Ottawa-Carleton (FCA) Summary of Recommendations on City of Ottawa Official Plan, Transportation Master Plan and Infrastructure Master Plan

The title says it all… FCA.OPSummaryPrinciples.04.01.2015sp.pdf

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Champlain Park Front and Corner Side Yard Set-backs – Passed

See the previous post for details about the set-back zoning ammendments. Subject: CP front yard set-back passed at Planning Committee Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 23:53:15 +0000 From: Lynne Bankier The amendment carried with no discussion or opposition.

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Champlain Park Front and Corner Side Yard Set-backs

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See the previous post for details about the set-back zoning ammendments. There’s also a next post about what happened. Subject: Zoning: Champlain Park Front and Corner Side Yard Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2014 01:01:09 +0000 From: Lynne Bankier Please see … Continue reading

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Omnibus Zoning Amendment Update

See the previous post for details about the set-back zoning ammendments. There is also a newer post about the same topic. The Champlain Park Community Association supports the intent of this zoning amendment. We have been discussing further clarification to … Continue reading