It has been offered for sale for as a “significant residential development” opportunity, or alternatively as a “re-positioning opportunity”, capitalizing on its historic town square feel and unique shops.
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Below are links to some of the upcoming city staff reports being presented next week: Community Development Committee – Sept. 10, 6:30 p.m. Proposed Tim Horton’s – Public meeting no. 10-2012– application to amend zoning by-law 2020 for 601 Brant St (PB-72-12) Report recommending a new provision be applied to an approved Zoning By-law for(…)
The next Ward 2 Citizens’ Advisory Committee meeting is scheduled on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7pm in Room 247. The agenda is below along with a list of other ward 2 meetings coming up this month: Tim Horton’s Public Meeting Mon, Sept. 10, 6:30p.m., City Hall, Council Chambers Residents are invited to a statutory public(…)
I strongly encourage residents who have comments about this application, whether in support or concerned about the request, to attend the meeting to share your views with all of council.
A new restaurant and bar is planned for the site at 1445 Elgin Street, on the corner of Locust. The new owners have applied for a liquor license, and this process provides residents with the opportunity to give input and request conditions
Recently, I was contacted by members of the Apeldoorn Sub-Committee of the city’s Mundialization Committee. This volunteer citizen’s committee of City Hall maintains relationships with Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, as recognition of Canada’s role in liberating the area during World War II.
Thank you to everyone who has shared your thoughts with me about a potential pilot project for leash free times for dogs in Central Park. I thought you’d be interested to hear what others are saying so I’ve compiled the comments.
There are bands in the park all day, with headliners Ashley Mac Isaac taking the stage at 8:30pm. Fireworks start at 10pm. Get more details here.
A number of residents have contacted me over the past year to ask when the old Riviera Hotel on Lakeshore Road would be torn down to make way for the new project approved for this site.
Recent developments with the pier – including faulty steel and welding, and cancellation of the wind turbine – have exposed problems with the information provided to council and our decision-making process. This turn of events has highlighted the importance of learning from past problems on this project. I believe we can – and an important(…)