Seniors Community Association invitation
Adults 55 and older in our neighbourhood are invited to discussion groups hosted by the Seniors Community Association and to learn about the Connecting London Seniors project. All are welcome to attend at the Sherwood Forest Library on either Thursday, July 28th at 10 a.m. or Wednesday, Aug. 3rd at 1:30 p.m. Space is limited, so you must register in advance by contacting Jean Knight, 519-963-4567.
Jean Knight – Project Coordinator
Seniors Community Association
Update on widening of Sarnia Road from Wonderland to Sleightholme
Although this project has been pushed off to 2019 by the city for financial reasons, the city council decided it best to complete the Environmental Assessment. The Ratepayers have yet to receive notification as to when the final report will be filed on the public record as required under Provincial legislation. Usually, we receive a letter from the city. Notice is also given in the Living in the City section of the city’s web site. My guess is it will be the fall at the earliest before any information is available.
Medway Valley Heritage Forest Conservation Master Plan Update
The city budget for this year included funds for an update of the Medway Valley Conservation Master Plan. No notice has been received as to when this project will commence. When it starts, it is anticipated to take at least 12 to 18 months to complete. It is suppose to include all parts of the Valley, including the parts north of Fanshawe Park Road.
New student residences at UWO and Brescia College
UWO will start building the new residence on the south west side of Sarnia and Western Road starting this fall. Brescia College has been in contact with the city about its plans for a new residence at Brescia Lane and Ramsey Road, but have not yet filed for formal site plan approval or a change in zoning which would be required to change the use of the land south of Ramsey. There is a web page with some information and contact information as well at http://www.brescia.uwo.ca/about/new_residence/index.html
Thanks to the diligence of a resident, the City will be taking the following actions as soon as possible.
- Trim Apple Trees that drop fruit onto the court surfaces
- Power-wash all areas of the courts.
- Replace torn nets.
- Repair cracks in the surface with a new fiberglass compound.
- Safe-proof the protrusions on the outsides of the steel tennis posts.