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We need your help to prevent construction of these two mega-towers at the corner of Baseline & Clyde.
The Planning Department needs to hear from more residents.
The attached list of prompts was drafted by a resident of 1485 Baseline and kindly printed and distributed by Councillor Chiarelli.
Many months ago, the Dymon Storage Company asked the City of Ottawa for a zoning change that would allow construction of one of their self-storage facilities, near the corner of Baseline and Clyde. City Council denied Dymon’s request.
Dymon subsequently appealed to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. That hearing is scheduled for Monday, May 3 at 10am.
The Ontario government has launched a public survey to determine our thoughts regarding the accountability of our Municipal Councillors.
You can let the province know how you feel, by filling out this questionnaire:
Feel free to share this link with anyone you think might wish to have a say.
Ottawa Citizen publishes letters to the editor from neighbourhood residents opposing the development of 1356 Clyde Ave. by Glopro Holdings Inc.
Jon WIlling reports on concerns from neighbourhood residents about the Glopro Holdings plan to build a high-rise complex that would be more than double the height of neighbouring buildings.
Here is the material submitted to the City Planning Department, by Golpro Developments, for their proposed construction of two high-rise towers at the north-west corner of Baseline and Clyde. There is a tremendous amount of information in this document :
If you have time to read only part of the package, scan through the Planning Rationale. This is the second rendition of Golpro’s proposal.
It is clear that they have not listened to the community’s concerns. If anything, they have made this proposal less acceptable than the earlier version.
Many residents have written to the City Planning Department, expressing disagreement with the proposed Golpro Holdings Inc. development on the north-west corner of Baseline and Clyde. Few of those letters have been as thorough and well organized as the letter crafted by Greyrock Crescent’s Pamela Laidler and Karen Legasy .
Well done ladies, and thank you.
Please write you own letter to let the City know how we feel about this proposed zoning amendment and the planned “needles in the sky”.
Two mass mailings were recently distributed to many homeowners throughout the City, advertising a program to insure water supply and sewer/septic lines from the owners’ property to connection with City lines.
The letters state that the City of Ottawa has partnered with SLWC to offer insurance to protect against water line degradation/failure. This is misleading, for despite use of the City of Ottawa logo, the City is not “encouraging” you to purchase this insurance. The program is completely voluntary.
Several homeowners have investigated and confirmed that their standard home-owner insurance already covers these issues. You should do the same, for some policies may not provide this coverage. The attached memo from City Staff to the Mayor and Councillors provides further information.
More information is available at ctv.ca
Download the Memo to Council on Clarification