The city is making strides forward on clear language and early notification. We have some areas for improvement, particularly in respect , listening with an open mind, and ensuring delegations are treated with respect.
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We need a made-in-Burlington policy to provide clarity around fundraising and events sponsored by members of council.
Your valuable insights, lived experience, and reasonable alternatives to on-road bike lanes helped sway the vote to keep the road as is.
There are steps we can take, both large and small, short term and long term, that will preserve what we love about the community, and make changes that will make our city even better
This is the first time that residents have been consulted on a site plan before it was filed
I oppose the Region’s plan of taking the vote there first; it settles the decision and renders a later Burlington council vote irrelevant.
I’m supportive of allowing residents to remain along the beach strip. The private homes do not impede public access to the waterfront or the trails along Beachway Park. Residents also add eyes on the street to the area, which adds safety and vibrancy to the beach.
Greenberg affirms importance of community engagement in development, sticking to Official Plan, and more
Ken Greenberg in Burlington tonight shares thoughts on development, height, waterfront, heritage, community collaboration and more. Great presentation and q & a. Affirms what many residents have been saying for some time.
After viewing two proposed designs for Elgin Park at a recent public meeting, residents overwhelmingly supported this concept plan, so staff are moving ahead with this one