Sharing a golf course update to provide reassurance that nothing has changed. On the contrary, a lot of great work is happening to oppose this development.
City road crews have begun plowing, sanding and gritting roads and sidewalks in response to the snowfall that began this afternoon and is expected to continue until Wednesday afternoon.
Taking the Ottawa Transit Challenge, I enjoyed the experience and the many conversations I had with transit users on the buses. We need and can do better! I am listening and working on improving bus services to, from and within Kanata North.
In an effort to ensure full transparency, I am sharing a copy of the letter that the city sent to legal representatives of ClubLink, Richcraft and Minto.
Sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly from my Ottawa Transit Week challenge experience. We need and can do better!
Join Councillors Sudds, Gower, and Hubley on February 21 along with Cyril Rogers, Program Manager of Planning and Budgeting for a 2019 Budget Presentation, which will be followed by a question portion and discussion.
Latest golf course update: The city’s legal team has sent a letter to the legal representatives of ClubLink, Minto, and Richcraft to ask that their intentions for the golf course lands be put in writing.
Kanata Greenspace Update: The city is considering all options, including taking over the golf course.
The Kanata Greenspace debate is not about protecting and preserving a golf course. This debate is about honouring the legal agreements that the city assumed from the City of Kanata and maintaining the 40 percent greenspace in the Kanata Lakes neighbourhood.
Sharing the 1981 Forty Percent Agreement and the 1988 amendment from the City of Ottawa legal team.