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6
Aug

Champlain Oil station proposed for heritage designation

Next Thursday, our Built Heritage Sub-Committee will consider heritage designation for the old cottage gas station at the corner of Richmond Road and Island Park. The report recommending designation is attached below. I support the recommendation, and am looking forward to the debate. This building has significant potential for any number of uses that could be positive. Over the years, I've heard a lot of support for protecting it.

6
Aug

Queensway widening consultation next Tuesday

The final phase of Queensway widening and bridge replacement is the widening of the Queensway to four lanes between Maitland and Carling, rehabilitation of the Merivale bridges, replacement of the noise barriers, and various related works. The province is holding a Public Information Centre to provide an opportunity to review and comment on the proposed works. It will be held on Tuesday, August 11 at JA Dulude Arena, 941 Clyde Avenue, from 4-8pm. Apologies for the late notice, but I've just received it.

6
Aug

Samba in the Park

I've posted some video from last night's Samba in the Park event at McCormick Park. The event's been run for 14 or 15 years now. Originally it was a fundraiser by the Hintonburg Economic Development Committee to help build a new play structure, but each year since Ottawa Samba has come back to entertain residents with their energetic music. This year, the HEDC asked people to bring donations of toiletries for another local initiative, the "Clean Kits" put together by Mimi Golding and others.

4
Aug

Construction: Cycling and traffic management measures

Several cycling and area traffic management improvements are set to get underway in the Byron/Tyndall corridor from Island Park to Gladstone. Among the measures are new painted cycling lanes (including the removal of some parking on Byron), some speed humps and other pavement markings. Click on the Word document below for more details.

4
Aug

Committee of Adjustment - Decisions from July 22nd Hearing

Attached is a summary of decisions from the July 22nd Committee of Adjustment hearing.

4
Aug

Dog Movie Night

One of Kitchissippi's quirky events is Dog Movie Night, something I've been happy to help organize past few years along with Global Pet Food and the Hintonburg Community Association. It will be held August 8 this year. Come out and enjoy!

3
Aug

Project updates: Jules Leger path, Scott Street sidewalk, Golden and Byron

I'm back from holidays and saw a note from our infrastructure folks sent to me on Friday - some good project updates worthwhile to pass on:


Councillor Leiper I wanted to inform you that construction for the projects mentioned below will be starting at these sites early next week. We are anticipating that they will be completed this fall with the exception of the Jules Leger Centre pathway where the majority of the heavy construction will be completed by August 22nd.

31
Jul

Ottawa Public Health Issues Closure Order on Acupuncture Clinic in Kitchissippi

Following up on a complaint from a member of the public, Ottawa Public Health issued a closure order on July 29th for New Acupuncture located at 1340 Wellington Street West.  The City released the following PSA today:

20
Jul

Committee of Adjustment - August 5th Applications

Here are the current applications for variances and divisions being heard on Wednesday, August 5th at the Committee of Adjustment. The meetings are open to the public and any interested party can appear before the Committee to present their views in support of or in opposition to an application. Public Hearings are held in the Council Chambers at Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe Drive, and are regularly scheduled for 1pm and/or 3pm.

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