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.
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(…)
Planning staff are recommending what amounts to a deadline extension in the wake of zoning approvals lapsing on the medical centre/parking structure/condo complex
The Waterfront Citizen’s Advisory Committee has recommended that the city explore a future commercial use for the old pump house on the beach strip, for example a coffee house or pub.
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.
We want a vibrant downtown, rich with activities and amenities, but vibrant neighbourhoods must also be livable. The goal is to strike a balance. Residents expect and even welcome a certain amount of noise and activity downtown. Do we have the right balance? Let me know what you think.
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