2015/16 Annual General Meeting Mon, Sept 28 @ 7pm

Join your neighbours on Monday night (Sept. 28) at Fisher Heights Community Place (31 Sutton Pl) for the 2015/16 Fisher Heights & Area Community Association (FHACA) Annual General Meeting.

Don’t miss this opportunity to join a thriving community, with a volunteer Association Board that works hard to host engaging community events; improve our parks and the the safety of our neighbourhood; and keep you up to date on news from around your neighbourhood and throughout the city.

Brows our website to find the latest community news, or be sure to read a copy of the community newsletter that gets delivered straight to your door. As one of of Ottawa’s most active and engaged community associations, we hope you’ll join us.

The evening’s agenda can be found below:

6:45 PM  Registration & Refreshments

7:15 PM  Welcome and Introductions

7:20 PM  President’s Report – Bob McCaw

7:35 PM  Financial Report – Doug YonsoN

7:50 PM  Nominations / Elections  to Board of Directors

Looking Ahead:  Opportunities for our Community 

8:00 PM  Intensification / Residential Zoning – Terrence Lonergan

8:20 PM  Our Parks – Future Re-development – Lyn McCaw

8:30 PM  Planning for Safer Streets – Stéphane Audet                   

8:40 PM  Councillor Keith Egli – Q & A

9:00 PM (approx) Adjournment

In addition to the regular proceedings, there will be displays set up around the building listing additional community news including:

Our Parks – recent additions

Safer Roads Ottawa

Pedestrians/cycling/traffic – Ideas from Europe

Movati Athletic – site plan


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