Notice: Booth Street Redevelopment Open House – May 31, 2017

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

Please find enclosed the following message from Canada Lands Corporation inviting residents to attend an Open House on May 31, 2017 to consider preliminary concepts for the redevelopment of the Booth Street Complex.

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Rue Booth Street

BOOTH STREET PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS

Canada Lands Company is pleased to invite you to an open house
regarding its Booth Street property.

The open house will include a short presentation of the preliminary concepts
for the Booth Street property, followed by an informal opportunity to engage
with Canada Lands Company staff.

The presentation will be shown twice, once at 5:30pm and again at 7:00pm.
Light refreshments will be served. Thank you.

RSVP: info@rueboothstreet.ca

Date: May 31, 2017
Time: Doors open: 5:00pm / Presentations: 5:30pm & 7:00pm
Location: St. Anthony’s Banquet Hall (523 St Anthony St, Ottawa)

PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT

Following an initial public information session held earlier this year, Canada Lands hosted the first meeting of the Public Advisory Committee (PAC) on April 26, 2017. Participants were also invited to join a walking tour of the site prior to the meeting.

BOOTH STREET PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT, APRIL 26, 2017

CONCEPTS PRÉLIMINAIRES POUR LA RUE BOOTH

La Société immobilière du Canada est heureuse de vous inviter à une journée d’accueil concernant sa propriété de la rue Booth.

La journée inclura une brève présentation des concepts préliminaires pour la propriété de la rue Booth, à la suite de laquelle vous aurez l’occasion de vous entretenir avec des employés de la Société immobilière du Canada.

La présentation aura lieu deux fois, soit à 17 h 30 puis à 19 h 00.
Des rafraîchissements seront servis. Merci.

RSVP : info@rueboothstreet.ca

Date : 31 mai 2017
Heure : Ouverture des portes: 17 h 00 /
Présentations : 17 h 30 et 19 h 00
Lieu : St. Anthony’s Banquet Hall (523, rue Saint-Antoine, Ottawa)

RAPPORT DU COMITÉ DE CONSULTATION PUBLIQUE

À la suite d’une séance d’information initiale plus tôt cette année, la SIC a tenu la première assemblée du comité de consultation publique, le 26 avril 2017. Les participants ont également été invités à pendre part à une visite guidée à pied des lieux, avant l’assemblée.

RUE BOOTH RAPPORT DU COMITÉ DE CONSULTATION PUBLIQUE, LE 26 AVRIL 2017

Notice: Letter from the GCA regarding proposed Noise By-Law

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

Please find the following message from the Glebe Community Association (GCA) regarding a letter from the GCA to the City of Ottawa regarding proposed revisions to the noise by-law. The letter itself has been attached.

GCA Noise Bylaw Review Submission

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Hello all,

Kindly find attached a letter from the GCA to City staff and all members of the Community and Protective Services Committee regarding the proposed revisions to the noise by-law. This letter will be posted on the GCA website. We will all need to keep the pressure

Thank you.

Sarah Viehbeck
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Thank You Glebe Annex Residents for Helping to Clean Up the Capital!

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

I would like to thank everyone who came out on Saturday, April 29th to help clean up our neighbourhood and get it ready for an exciting summer. Working together, over a dozen residents cleaned up our neighbourhood’s streets and the Dalhousie South Park. Walking around the neighbourhood on Sunday, it was apparent how all of your hard work has made our community an even more beautiful place to live. Congratulations to everyone.

I hope that you all had a great time and you’ll join us again in the Fall. If you want to get more involved, please join us at one of our executive meetings. Our next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 17th in the Meeting Room at the Glebe Community Centre from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. We look forward to seeing you there.

Thanks again to our sponsor, the Buduchnist Credit Union for sponsoring our community clean up and providing everyone with much-need donuts and coffee. They’ve posted photos of the event on their website at http://www.buduchnist.com/news.php/news/377/group/13. Please find some more photos of our cleanup posted below:

Notice: PSA: The first Household Hazardous Waste Depot of the year takes place April 30

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

Please find the enclose email from Councillor David Chernushenko regarding an Household Hazardous Waste Depot on April 30th.

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For immediate release:

April 25, 2016

 

The first Household Hazardous Waste Depot of the year takes place April 30

 

Ottawa – It is the call-to-the-post for the first Household Hazardous Waste Depot of the year, happening on Sunday, April 30, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Rideau Carleton Raceway on 4837 Albion Road.

 

Household hazardous waste includes the following items:

 

  • Aerosol containers
  • Propane cylinders
  • Disinfectants
  • Fluorescent bulbs/tubes
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fertilizers and pesticides
  • Mercury switches/thermometers
  • Needles and syringes
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Oven and window cleaners
  • Pool chemicals
  • Batteries (automotive/household)
  • Paints and coatings

 

For paints, only bring cans that contain liquefied paints. If your paint is completely dried and hardened, just put it in the garbage. And for those empty cans, remove the lid and they can be recycled in the blue bin.

 

Residential electronic waste, such as computers, televisions and cameras, are also accepted at this site. Remember, this depot is for household waste only (maximum 100 litres). No commercial waste is accepted.

 

To ensure the safety and well-being of the waste collection operators and our environment, residents are asked to safely dispose of hazardous household waste, such as used needles, propane cylinders and pool chemicals.

 

If you are unable to attend this depot, other City-hosted Household Hazardous Waste Depots will be held across the city throughout the year. For information about upcoming dates, visit ottawa.ca.

 

In addition, residents can also use the Waste Explorer on ottawa.ca to find local retailers that accept household hazardous waste, all year long, during their hours of operation. These retailers are participating members in the City’s Take it Back! program.

 

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). You can also connect with us throughFacebookTwitter and Instagram.

 

Pour diffusion immédiate :

Le 25 avril 2017

 

Le premier dépôt de déchets ménagers dangereux de l’année aura lieu le 30 avril

 

Ottawa – Le premier dépôt de déchets ménagers dangereux de l’année se tiendra le dimanche 30 avril, de 8 h à 16 h, à l’hippodrome Rideau-Carleton (4837, chemin Albion).

 

Les déchets ménagers dangereux comprennent :

 

  • les aérosols;
  • les bouteilles de propane;
  • les désinfectants;
  • les ampoules et les tubes fluorescents;
  • les extincteurs;
  • les fertilisants et les pesticides;
  • les interrupteurs et thermomètres à mercure;
  • les aiguilles et les seringues
  • les produits pharmaceutiques;
  • les produits nettoyants pour les fours et les fenêtres;
  • les produits chimiques pour la piscine;
  • les piles domestiques et les batteries d’automobile;
  • la peinture et les vernis;

 

En ce qui concerne la peinture, n’apportez que les récipients dont le contenu est liquide; la peinture complètement sèche et durcie peut simplement être jetée aux ordures. Quant aux contenants de peinture vides, ils sont recyclables; retirez le couvercle et déposez-les dans la boîte bleue.

 

Vous pourrez aussi vous débarrasser de déchets électroniques résidentiels (ordinateurs, téléviseurs, appareils photo) à ce dépôt. Cela ne s’applique toutefois qu’aux déchets résidentiels (maximum de 100 litres); aucun déchet commercial ne sera accepté.

 

Pour assurer la sécurité et la santé des opérateurs à la collecte des déchets et protéger l’environnement, veuillez vous débarrasser des déchets ménagers dangereux (comme les seringues souillées, les bouteilles de propane et les produits chimiques pour la piscine) de façon sécuritaire.

 

Si vous n’êtes pas en mesure de vous déplacer le 30 avril, sachez que la Ville organisera d’autres dépôts de déchets ménagers dangereux à divers endroits au cours de l’année. Pour connaître les dates à venir, rendez-vous à ottawa.ca.

 

Les résidents peuvent aussi utiliser le navigateur de déchets sur ottawa.ca pour trouver des détaillants de la région qui participent au programme Rapportez-les! de la Ville, et qui acceptent les déchets ménagers dangereux toute l’année, pendant leurs heures d’ouverture.

 

Pour plus de renseignements sur les programmes et les services de la Ville, visitez ottawa.ca ou composez le 3‑1‑1 (ATS : 613‑580‑2401). Vous pouvez également nous suivre sur FacebookTwitter et Instagram.

 

This e-mail originates from the City of Ottawa e-mail system. Any distribution, use or copying of this e-mail or the information it contains by other than the intended recipient(s) is unauthorized. Thank you.

Le présent courriel a été expédié par le système de courriels de la Ville d’Ottawa. Toute distribution, utilisation ou reproduction du courriel ou des renseignements qui s’y trouvent par une personne autre que son destinataire prévu est interdite. Je vous remercie de votre collaboration.

Reminder: Tim Horton’s Cleaning the Capital in Glebe Annex! – Spring 2017

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

Please find the following reminder for our Cleaning the Capital even this Saturday!

Please join us once again for our spring neighbourhood clean-up.
When:  Saturday, April 29, 2017
Time:   10:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Where: Dalhousie South Park  (343 Bell St. South)
Coffee and Doughnuts will be available – compliments of Buduchnist Credit Union
Please bring your enthusiasm and strong, sturdy gloves!
Rain Date: Saturday, May 6th 10:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Thank you once again for your help in continuing to make Glebe Annex our proud home.

Notice: Booth Street Community Advisory Committee Meeting – April 26th 2017 – St. Anthony’s Soccer Club

Dear Glebe Annex residents,

 

Please find enclosed the following notice of from the Canada Lands Company confirming residents’ interest in sitting on a Public Advisory Committee for the Booth Street redevelopment project. This is a great opportunity to have an influence on the redevelopment on a significant part of our community (even though it’s just outside Glebe Annex boundaries.

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Good Afternoon,
We are reaching out to you today to confirm your interest in  sitting on Canada Lands Company’s Public Advisory Committee for the Booth Street redevelopment project.  As a member of the Public Advisory Committee, your role will be to provide feedback and input on design concepts and other materials at specific intervals during the planning process. We anticipate needing your assistance at approximately three or four meetings in the next 12 months.
At the first meeting you will be asked to provide feedback on a suite of options prepared by our planning and urban design consultant based on the input gathered at the January public information meeting.   Canada Lands Company will refine the concepts further before review by the community later in May of this year.
The date and location for the first Public Advisory Committee Meeting is  Wednesday April 26th, 2017 at the St. Anthony’s Soccer Club Hall.  The format of the evening is not confirmed but details will be circulated to Advisory Committee Members in advance of the 26th.  However, we can commit to this evening session being  no more than three hours and we will provide light refreshments.
We hope that you are still interested in working as part of Advisory Committee and that you are available the evening of April 26th .  To ascertain numbers for refreshments and to properly organize the session, we ask that you confirm your continued interest to sit on the Advisory Committee.
We look forward to hearing from you.