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9
Dec

#BudgetSpeak As We Hear it Report

On Tuesday, November 5, Councillors Leiper, McKenney, King, Fleury, and Menard welcomed a record number of participants for the annual BudgetSpeak event. We rely on this event to get valuable feedback from residents of the urban wards about what their budget priorities are, so the councillors can best advocate on their behalf during the budget process.

9
Dec

McKenney/Leiper statement on tent city

As the Councillors for Kitchissippi and Somerset wards we represent the residents who are residing in tents behind Bayview Station.

We continue to be closely involved in securing affordable housing options for those residents who lost their housing to a fire in April and have asked City housing staff to work directly with those residents to get an understanding of their needs.

2
Dec

99 Parkdale Ave - Site Plan Control Application + Pre-Construction - Community Meeting

A Site Plan Control application to construct a 28-storey high-rise apartment building with 240 dwelling units and 220 vehicular parking spaces has been submitted to the City of Ottawa by Brigil, who are currently in the process of building their project on the adjacent site at 121 Parkdale Ave.

30
Nov

Tent City: McKenney/Leiper statement

In the wake of a tent fire last week the NCC and Emergency services have made the decision to remove the tent city behind Bayview Station. Emergency and Protective Services (which oversees fire and paramedic services) and Ottawa Police consider that the site poses a threat both to residents there as well as to emergency responders. While we do not agree with the removal, it is no longer in our power to stop it. This is a tragedy on many levels.

29
Nov

UPDATE: NEW DAY Public Meeting - OC Transpo buses on Spencer Street - December 19, 2019

As part of the LRT launch, OC Transpo rerouted the 14 so it would connect directly to Tunney's Pasture Station. This resulted in a route 53 to take care of the Parkdale south to Carlington route the 14 used to run. On its return north, the 53 would also connect directly to Tunney's Pasture. OC Transpo determined that coming back from Tunney's Pasture, the right hand turn onto Parkdale was impossible due to the turning radius. Therefore the routes went south down Holland, turning left on Spencer and eventually turning right to return to Parkdale.

28
Nov

LRT Stage 2 Information Sessions coming in December

As LRT Stage 2 work gets under way in earnest, the Rail Construction Program is holding a number of Public Information Sessions for residents near the station locations. For Kitchissippi Ward, that means there will be two drop-in sessions residents can attend in December.

28
Nov

Mooney's Bay Collector Reconstruction (near Hintonburg Place) Public Information Session

Sewer work is coming to the area around the Trillium O-Train line by Hintonburg Place. Here is the flyer sent to local residents about the upcoming Public Information Session.

 

 

 

PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION

November 2019

You are invited:

Monday December 2, 2019

6 to 8 pm

Tom Brown Arena

141 Bayview Rd, Ottawa

 

Dear Resident,

 

25
Nov

Strategic Road Safety Plan: my first review

Today, the City released its Strategic Road Safety Action Plan. It’s a weighty document that outlines the measures it proposes Council adopt to reduce the number of collisions resulting in fatalities and major injuries (FMIs). On top of around $27.5 million being spent on safety measures today, they propose putting an additional $4 million into a variety of initiatives and projects to reduce FMIs.

22
Nov

Stage 2 LRT update, Nov. 11-24

We've received the most recent update for the Stage 2 LRT project. Click the French or English PDFs below for more details.

22
Nov

2070 Scott Street Development - Zoning By-Law Amendment and Site Plan Control Application - Community Meeting

In the summer, we hosted a community meeting to discuss a proposed development at 2070 Scott St. The applicant has now formally submitted both a Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control application to construct a 23-storey mixed-use building with ground-floor commercial units, a 4-level underground parking garage with access from Winona Avenue, and 241 residential units.

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