Update on school site development, reminder about LTC meeting and Nature in the City

Sherwoord School Site

The site plan for the development of 15 condo singles was approved at the City’s Planning and Environment Committee this week. The recommendation goes to the full City Council next week where it is expected to pass. The 8 houses (4 along Wychwood and 4 along Finsbury) were not part of the site plan but are shown in the attached. At the meeting it was clarified that there is no road widening required for this development.

The open house to discuss the development of the park on the opposite side of the site (closer to Annadale), will be held on Weds, February 6th in the evening. The location is to be determined and you are to get a letter in the mail with the location and time.

LTC Service Changes

The staff report on proposed service changes will appear on the agenda for the January 30th meeting of the London Transit Commission. Our Councillor, Phil Squire, is one of five members of the Commission. The meeting will be held at the LTC office, 450 Highbury starting at 5 pm. The report will be available to the public at londontransit.ca by the end of the day on Friday, January 25th. It is only at that point will we know if there is a change to the draft proposed changes for our area.

Meetings are open to the public but if you want to speak at the meeting, you must ask for delegate status by contacting the Commission’s secretary, Caroline Roy at croy@londontransit.ca or by phone at 519-451-1340 x 335 by Wednesday January 23, noting you would need to send any presentation material by that date as well. You will have five minutes to make a presentation. Do not hesitate to contact Caroline if you have questions about the process.

Nature in the City

The annual program hosted by the London Public Library and Nature London is on again this year. For the full schedule see http://www.naturelondon.com/nature-in-the-city-2019/.


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