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11
Dec

243-245 Hinchey Development Proposal - Updated Submission

There has been a resubmission on the application for 243-254 Hinchey Ave, which we previously discussed with the community in the summer. Since the initial submission, the applicant has made a number of changes in response to technical and public comments.

8
Dec

26 Armstrong, 961 Wellington, 40 Armstrong, 979 Wellington 36 Armstrong, 969 Wellington, 967 Wellington - Updated Development Proposal - OPA, Zoning By-Law Amendment Update

In February 2018, Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments were approved for 979 Wellington Street West.

8
Dec

McKenney/King motion: an opportunity to do better

On Wednesday, City Council will vote on the City's budget.

As those of us who live in Kitchissippi are very aware, the pandemic has brought the fault lines in our society into sharp relief.  None of us can ignore the growing inequity in the city.

7
Dec

1705 Carling proposal: Resubmission

​You may recall in late Spring 2018, we held an open house with the community to discuss the the Site Plan application for 1705 Carling.  The previous owner has since sold the property to Claridge, who are now proposing a new building through a Zoning By-Law Amendment.

2
Dec

McKellar Park and the ward boundary review

Yesterday, Council’s Finance and Economic Development Committee voted to accept a consultant-recommended ward boundary change and against a motion that I and Councillor Kavanagh asked be put on the table (we don’t sit on the committee) to keep McKellar Park in Kitchissippi ward starting with the 2022 election.

2
Dec

Byron/Athlone/Highcroft Road Renewal Public Webinar - December 14

The City of Ottawa is planning a co-ordinated road. sewer, water main renewal project for Byron Avenue, Athlone Avenue and Highcroft Avenue. A flyer will be distribute to neighbouring residents which will include the information below. In addition to an online consultation, residents are invited to attend a Zoom Webinar where city staff and consultants will have a short presentation followed by a Q&A session.

DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 14

TIME: 7pm

30
Nov

Gladstone Station District Secondary Plan Study Area - Zoning By-law Amendment - D02-02-20-0106

 

 

 Site Location

The proposal zoning amendment applies to lands within the Gladstone Station District Secondary Plan area which are generally bounded by Somerset Street to the north, Highway 417 to the south, Breezehill Avenue and Loretta Avenue (south of Gladstone Avenue) to the west, and Preston Street (including properties facing Preston Street on its east side) and Booth Street (south of Balsam Street) to the east.

Applicant’s Proposal

28
Nov

LRT presentation to McKellar Park Community Association

The light rail team provided an update this week to the McKellar Park Community Association. Click on it below to view.

26
Nov

Manor Village and LRT: my Council vote

This week, I voted at Council in favour of an alignment for the future LRT line through the Woodroffe corridor to Barrhaven. If LRT moves ahead, that alignment would require the demolition of at least some of a development called Manor Village made up of largely affordable townhomes. This has been a headline item for several weeks, and residents have asked me why I supported this.

26
Nov

Scott Street Cycling, Pedestrian, Placemaking update: presentation from Nov. 25 meetiing

Thanks to all who attended our public meeting about future plans for cycling, pedestrians and placemaking along Scott Street.

At our peak, why had 86 in attendance. For anyone who missed it, or wants to check it out again, the presentation is attached.

You can also watch the zoom webinar again on our Youtube page at this link: https://youtu.be/caTrDhXm_DY

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