Sharing answers from the city and the applicant’s consultant team present at the November 25 public meeting regarding the ClubLink development applications.
I’m incredibly frustrated to share that the January 20th Public Meeting on the golf course application has been cancelled as ClubLink, Minto and Richcraft will not participate.
The Lead Planner on the ClubLink file shared with me 200+ technical comments that have been sent back to ClubLink with respect to their studies and materials that constitute their application.
In my efforts to ensure full transparency as I work to oppose the ClubLink development applications, I am sharing details of a meeting I had with Minto and Richcraft.
A big thank you to everyone who attended Monday’s ClubLink statutory public meeting. The meeting itself was very disappointing, but thank you for showing up in such large numbers and ensuring your voice and opposition is known.
Lawyers for the city and ClubLink attended in court today for a Case Conference to address scheduling.
Following my recent community meeting to discuss the ClubLink applications, today I am sharing the full court application and supporting affidavits as well as details on next steps and how you can help.
The ClubLink applications for the proposed development of the Kanata Golf and Country Club are now available online for the community to review.
Happy to share that the city is demonstrating its continued commitment to our community by sending a notice of application to the court for issuance.
Sharing a detailed golf course update with key facts, next steps, FAQ’s and also an invite to a Community Meeting to jointly discuss the proposed development of the Kanata Golf and Country Club.