Tag Archive "development"

40 Old Mill Apartment

Ontario Municipal Board have your say

Ontario has launched a review of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) and wants your feedback to help inform the government of what changes need to be made to make it more effective. The feedback will ...

Candidates on stage

Ward 2’s All Candidates Meeting a resounding Success

A packed auditorium of 300 plus residents greeted the candidates for Ward 2’s by-election meeting at St. Thomas Aquinas High School on Tuesday April 5, 2016 put together by the Oakville Chamber of Commerce. In ...

Clear cutting field

Results of the April 14 Public Information meeting regarding Saw-whet

Thank you to the over 600 people who attended the meeting. It is heartening to see so many people interested enough in this matter to come out on a beautiful spring evening. I hope you ...

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Town Council Meeting renews commitment to saving Merton Lands

There are 2 items of news that resulted from last night’s Council meeting: a motion concerning Saw-whet and a resolution concerning the Merton Lands and the Greenbelt. 1. Regarding Saw-whet Thank you to the hundreds ...

Ward 5 Issues : What Can and Is Being Done

I’ve had the pleasure on knocking on many doors and listening carefully to what you are saying. The issues that I keep hearing from them are Air Traffic, Taxes, Gridlock, and controlling Growth and Development ...

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Saving the 14 Mile Creek Valley Merton Lands

Like you Council and I are concerned about what will happen to the lands in the Merton Study area, which encompasses all the undeveloped land between 3rd Line and Bronte Road and from North Service ...

Saw-whet Golf Course under threat of development: Voice Your Opinion

This is the public’s opportunity to “officially” speak up about the proposed development in the Merton Lands. The developer’s current proposal would develop 85% of Saw-whet Golf Course and result in 875 residential units plus ...

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Merton Lands Need Not be Re-Zoned

The capacity crowd caused some of you to be prevented from getting into the meeting room because of fire regulations, and others have told me they went home because they couldn’t find a parking space. That is unfortunate ...

West Harbour Residents applauded the Council’s Unanimous Decision

For over a year the residents of West Harbour an area bounded by Lake Ontario, Rebecca to the North, 16 Mile Creek to the East and Dorval Drive to the West have been in talks ...

Council calls on province to return to principle of making “growth pay for growth”

Oakville Council is calling on the Province of Ontario to return to the principle of making “growth pay for growth” in its response to the provincial Development Charges in Ontario consultation document. The town highlighted several current ...

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