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Friday, April 30, 2021

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Bells Corners (Hydro) Station Expansion Project

From Hydro Ottawa:

The Bells Corners Station Expansion Project is being completed as an essential requirement to increase electricity supply and improve reliability to the College ward.

What will this project include:

- Increased construction, excavation activities, traffic control and lane reductions 
- Removal of chain-link fence, mature trees and hedges on Hydro Ottawa property to accommodate the construction of the new station
- Installation of new concrete wall around the station’s perimeter (pending City approval)

You can find complete details, including timeline and contact information here...


Sunday, April 25, 2021

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Ontario Consultation: Strengthening accountability for municipal council members

 

Ontario is looking for your comments with how accountability for municipal council members can be strengthened.  This CTV post (March 6, 2021) explores some citizen approaches, as well as municipal and provincial legal/legislative issues and challenges.

If you want to do some research before you complete the survey, all the questions are posted below.  

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NCC Trail Closures & NCC links

Most trails around Bells Corners are managed by the NCC and some can be closed due to events, construction seasonal issues such as spring flooding.

If you're planning a hike or bike you can view current issues on their "closure map".

All closures are also posted on their website where you can find out more about the NCC.

If you're not a fan or looking for NCC criticism, issues or challenges, check out NCC Watch.

Thursday, March 11, 2021

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End of One Season, Right into Another!

It was a pretty nice winter as far as snow and temperatures went, and we seemed to have jumped right into spring (hey 3 days!).  

Special thanks to the dozen or so residents who contributed 150+ hours to making this a successful rink season - and to other folks picking up shovels from time-to-time.  Once we complete the tally, you can expect to see a surplus of about $4,500.  Details will come in our mid-term report in May.