The Town is hosting a planning public meeting via Zoom for the proposed development at 19 Elm St. & 13 Mountain St. (AKA “The Woolverton”). If you haven’t already done so you can read more about the proposal at the Town’s “Let’s Talk” page: https://www.letstalkgrimsby.ca/19elm13mountain
The agenda for the meeting contains many pieces of correspondence as “testimonials” in favour of the project. There is also quite a list of participants who have registered to speak at the meeting. If you didn’t get a chance to register, you can still submit your comments by email to the Town Planning Department at: email@example.com
Just a quick reminder that the Public Information Centre/Meeting/Workshop on the Environmental Assessment for the Livingston Avenue Extension will be held on Tuesday (May 28th), starting at 6:15PM at the Casablanca Winery Inn.
With most of the Committees wrapped up for this term of Council, it’s been a little slower than usual on the news front. But we did have a *very* interesting P&D meeting on Tuesday with the proposed Century Condos downtown being the highlight. And of course we have the notes for your review…
After a claimed “mistake” in posting the public notice sign for October 9th meeting on the proposed Century Condos project downtown, the makeup second public meeting for this development is being held this coming Tuesday, November 13th @ 7PM at Town Hall.
Like a Tokyo subway at rush hour, Trinity United Church was packed to the brim with people who wanted to hear the latest happenings about WLMH and where we as a community need to move forward in regards to it.
We received word this morning of a last-minute, yet VERY IMPORTANT meeting regarding West Lincoln Memorial Hospital. With the Board of Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) set to soon vote on what they wish to do with WLMH, residents need to be loud and clear we want to keep our hospital.
Remember No More Than Four? Century Condos (6 Doran & 21-23 Main Street) is back for another kick at the Planning can this coming Tuesday (October 9th) with an open-microphone public meeting. After reading some of the reports on the project, it will be a very interesting meeting.
In case you missed it, the Region recently put out a public notice that they are holding a public meeting on our current Regional Official Plan, and the new one targeted for completion in 2021. This is your chance to offer comments or ask questions of our regional officials and provide input as to what the near and not-so-near future of Niagara looks like.
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