March 4, 2002
- Fred MacLennan, President
- Alan Asselstine, Treasurer
- Peter Brimacombe, Secretary
- Gisèle Loiselle-Branch, Director (memberships)
- Nancy Seaby, Director (transportation and editorial)
- Fred Winters
- Dave Lamb
- Tom Collins, The News
Fred McLennan: The owners of the The Barber Shop plaza at 800 Hunt Club Road have applied for permission to expand the pub and provide an outdoor patio. They also want to extend the parking lot into the Hydro corridor at the back.
The Ottawa River Corridor Study is to look at possibilities for development along the River and ways to protect the environment. Findings from the Study will be presented twice on Wednesday February 27, 2002: once at 15:00 and again at 19:30 at the National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa.
Urbandale Development has applied for permission to build a plaza at the Fines Flowers Site.
Minto Development is proceeding with its development on McCarthy Road, blasting was heard and felt.
Nancy Seaby: The Community Services Centre (CSC) held its open house on February 26, there were about 100 people in attendance. Programs include a Tax Clinic, a Clinic for Diabetics and a seniors program. George Brown is running a food box program out of Holy Cross Parish, the objective is to provide food at reduced cost.
Peter Brimacombe noted that the City has not been informed about any new development on the south side of Hunt Club Road where there is a stand of pine trees.
Next meeting: Mon 8 Apr 2002 at 7:30pm