Please join us for our Montreal Road Revitalization Open House. It will be held on Thursday March 9th from 5:30 to 8 pm at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health (299 Montreal Road).
For years we have been working on regulation and operational challenges relating to property, garbage and debris issues.
On Jan. 18, 2017, I along with Councillors representing the five urban wards hosted an Open House on the Central Library.
Understandably, winter maintenance of our streets and sidewalks is a topic that gets a lot of attention every winter, because it affects us all directly.
Over the last year or so, there has been an increase in calls for service for waste and property maintenance related issues in Sandy Hill.
Come and check out how I voted in previous council meeting.
We had a great community turn out last night at the Rideau High rally and the Ottawa Carleton district school board public meeting on the proposed closure of Rideau High.
We’ve been working with Legal, Solid Waste and By-Law Services to address different waste-related and property maintenance issues that we have heard and seen, specifically in Sandy Hill.
The Residential Fourth Density (R4) family of zones is the city’s most intensive low-rise residential zone. It is the only family of residential zones designed to permit low-rise apartment buildings with four or more dwelling units.
As many of you will know, we held a transit survey to get a better understanding of the views of route 12 users in advance of the Montreal Road revitalization plans.