Celebrating our Prime Ministers: a sesquicentennial project

As a sesquicentennial project, the OOECA will be holding monthly gatherings to celebrate Canada's 23 prime minsters. But we need volunteers to outline the lives and accomplishments of their favorite PM and lead the ensuing discussion. Are you interested or do you know somebody (Richard Gwyn where are you?) who'd like to make the case for one of our PMs? If so please contact info@ottawaeast.ca. The first gathering will be on January 30 (second one on February 27) so mark your calendars. More details to be provided closer to the date.

Soil contamination and remediation at Children's Garden

The City of Ottawa’s Environmental Remediation Unit recently found shallow soil contamination at Robert F. Legget Park and the Ottawa Children’s Garden at 321 Main St. in Old Ottawa East. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) compounds were detected at concentrations exceeding provincial standards.

Over the winter, the city will undertake a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) to determine the full extent of the contamination, then develop a plan to implement appropriate risk management measures and/or remediation of the site.

The city and Ottawa Public Health do not consider the current risk to be acute or immediate, and the contaminated soil is unlikely to have a health impact on anyone unless the soil itself was ingested. Please see capitalward.ca for further information.

Open house: Elgin Street and Hawthorne Avenue Functional Design Study - January 11, 2017

The City of Ottawa will be hosting an open house regarding the draft design for the Elgin Street and Hawthorne Avenue Functional Design Study. Registration is required by Friday, January 6.

Wednesday Jan. 11, 5 – 7:30 p.m.
Presentation at 5:30 p.m.
City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave. W.

Full details and a link to register is available on the city's website.

Main Street Construction Newsletter #36

Construction on Main Street is now halted until Spring, and all lanes are open! The City of Ottawa has published their last Main Street Reconstruction update for the year. Check it out on our Main Street Renewal page.

Comments on city's R4 Zoning Review due December 16

The discussion paper for the R4 Zoning Review is available for review on the City of Ottawa's website, and you can find a link on our planning page under the title, "City of Ottawa R4 Zoning Review" and click on the link for the project website. Comments and questions are due by Friday, December 16, and can be submitted by mail, fax or email.

R4 Zoning Review
c/o Tim J. Moerman
Ottawa City Hall, Mail Code 01-14
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th floor
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1

Fax: 613-580-2459

Email: tim.moerman@ottawa.ca or R4zoning@ottawa.ca

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