October 4, 2004
- Fred MacLennan, President
- Peter Brimacombe, Secretary
- Gisèle Loiselle-Branch, Director (memberships)
- Nancy Seaby, Director (transportation and editorial)
- Shelley Parlow
- Fred Winters
- Carole Ladouceur
- Jim Bemi (Bemi Bemi & Associates, Architects)
- Rev. Takashi Gato (Church of Perfect Liberty)
- Jean-Luc Daoust (Church of Perfect Liberty)
- Alex Ono (Church of Perfect Liberty)
- Wayne Freetag
- Tom Keogh (Perkeo Developments)
- Patricia Murphy (Councillor’s Office)
Fred McLennan: There is a proposal to build a church at 1008-1016 Hunt Club Road, located on the south side of Hunt Club, west of the Airport Parkway and east of Downpatrick.
Tom Keogh: The developers are asking for a rezoning from residential to institutional. The church will accommodate 100-170 people. The existing houses will be torn down and a new building will be built: there will be three parts: the main structure for traditional services, a general meeting area and the residence for Rev. Takashi Gato.
Rev. Takashi Gato explained that the Church of Perfect Liberty is multilingual and non-denominational: http://www.perfectliberty.org. There was a concensus that the new development would not cause traffic problems and that it should fit well into the community.
Nancy Seaby: A number of bus shelters have been replaced with a new design. Nancy will investigate.
Gisèle Loiselle-Branch: A 17-year old girl was raped along McCarthy Road near the train tracks.
Patricia Murphy: The Ottawa Police are investigating. Sgt. Jill Skinner is the officier in charge.
Fred McLennan asked who could represent the Hunt Club Community Organization at the Open House on Tuesday. Peter Brimacombe volunteered.
Next meeting: Mon 1 Nov 2004 at 7:30pm