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Category Archives: Development Issues
As you are likely aware, the Ottawa official plan has been approved by City council. It is now on the (provincial) Minister’s desk and community organisations are approaching the minsite with further changes. The plans means that over the next … Continue reading
50-plus-year-old trunk sewers (sanitary and storm) and watermains along parts of Hilliard, Farlane and Wallford Way replaced. Wrap up next spring. @KeithEgli Continue reading
Fisher Heights residents Corey Peabody dove head first into the official plan and sent us some feedback. Note this is a combination of cut and paste from several on line documents as well as some of her own comments crafted … Continue reading
What to expect in the Short-Term Rental By-law In February or early March, staff will present a report to Committee and Council withproposed new rules for short-term rentals (STR), based on a regulatory frameworkapproved by Council in November 2019.
Here is a quick update we received from the City’s project manager Kevin Gibbs. For questions, his phone number is at the bottom.
The city is asking for your input for a ward size review this year. Take the poll. Continue reading
Looking for a walk in the neighbourhood? On Wednesday February 5, the city organises another open house at our community centre at 31 Sutton Place from 6 until 8 pm. Make sure to check out the details.
City council votes against Dymon proposal, but this might not be the end of it. Continue reading
Vote on Dymon storage warehouse at City council this Wednesday Continue reading
As you may have heard in the news, community associations such as FHACA have been trying to stop the construction of a storage facility on Clyde Ave near Baseline. Housing instead We strongly believe that the so called Merivale Triangle … Continue reading