Annual General Meeting – November 13

The OECA and CAG will be hosting their joint AGM on Tuesday, November 13, in the auditorium, Guigues Hall, Saint Paul University. Residents can buy and/or renew their OECA memberships before the meeting at 7 p.m., and then the AGM will commence at 7:15 p.m. View the draft agenda as well as a draft of the 2011 AGM minutes. On the agenda will be a discussion of the OECA’s revised constitution and bylaws. With the AGM fast approaching, the OECA’s membership drive is currently underway. A canvasser, probably from your street, will come by to sell a $3 (per household) membership card, and leave an AGM notice. The card entitles you to vote at the AGM, and the money supports the work of the OECA.
Canvassers are still needed for the following streets if you are able to help:
Clegg (north side from Main to Echo), Drummond, Glenora, Hazel, Herridge, Main (west side from Clegg to Hawthorne), McGillivray (south of Clegg) and Mutchmor. Please email bahicks (at) bell.net or call 613-236-3275 and ask for Barbara if you are able to help.

Main Street renewal open house - October 17

The City of Ottawa has recently commenced the planning and design process for the renewal of Main Street and portions of Lees Avenue and Rideau River Drive (see map below). The proposed works include the introduction, rehabilitation and/or replacement of various components of the street infrastructure within the right-of-ways. All interested persons are invited to attend a Public Open House hosted by the City of Ottawa on Wednesday, October 17th.

Presentation from Regional Realty on 44-46 Concord

At the October 9th OECA meeting, representatives from Regional Realty gave a presentation on their development proposal for 44-46 Concord. View the posters from their presentation.

Next session of City of Ottawa planning primer courses

Interested in learning more about how planning decisions are made in the City of Ottawa? The city offers a free Planning Primer Program to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process. Click for further info and online registration. Registration typically opens two weeks before the course date and is on a first come, first served basis.

Update on pathway behind 200 Lees Avenue

The OECA has been advised that the pathway behind 200 Lees Avenue (University of Ottawa) is scheduled to be reopened at the end of November 2012.

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