See "Neighborhood Plan" below. Alan Asselstine moved that a committee headed by Art Miskew and including Peter Foulger and Shelley Parlow set up the publicity for the Neighborhood Plan open house on 18 Feb. Seconded by Anne Brandel. Voted with all in favor.


The following summarizes the issues discussed at the 12 Jan 98 meeting of the Hunt Club Community Organization (HCCO) at the Hunt Club Riverside Community Centre (HCRCC).

Regional Councillor, Wendy Stewart, submitted a report on the following:

City councillor, Karin Howard, submitted a report on the following:

Restructuring local regional/municipal government:

Improving the air we breathe:

Garbage collection, disposing of broken wood and Christmas trees:

Coping with the ice storm emergency:

Moving towards Z2020 zoning (HCCPA):

Saving the Southern Corridor:

Minimizing traffic noise at Hackett Pond area:

Neighborhood Plan effort:

Promoting local awareness of development efforts:

Safety audit:


Trash and treasure community garage sale at HCRCC in May 98:

HCCO newsletter:

Gord Aitken of the HCRCC plans to talk to community centres and organizations on how to get Centre to pay $3 HCCO membership fee per person. Gord will present this idea to the HCCO at which point we can make a motion and vote on it.

Suggestion that, if we do plan an organized effort to sell memberships, we should ensure that sufficient memberships can be sold to warrant the effort. Not much point in having people spend days figuring out a way of selling memberships that only net s $20 in memberships.

Next meeting: Mon 2 Feb 98 at 7:30pm