As you may have heard the City Council removed the two bridges from the current plan for the Valley and sent the report back to staff for additional consultation. There was some discussion at the Council meeting about an alternate location for a bridge across the Creek from our part of the Valley to the Elsie Perrin Williams Estate. What happens next remains to be seen. Thanks to those of you who expressed your views to members of Council. Councillor Squire worked very hard on our behalf.
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Slides from the community information meeting on April 18, 2018 with the developer of the former Sherwood Forest School site are now available.
The draft Medway ESA Conservation Master Plan went to the City’s Planning and Environment Committee of Council for review on Monday. After 11:30 pm Monday night, this ended in a 3-3 tie vote. Councillor Park moved a motion to remove the bridge in our area, and got support from Hopkins and Turner (our Councillor, Phil Squire, is not on this Committee, and was therefore not eligible to vote, but he is certainly opposed to the bridges). The motion to remove the bridge was opposed by the Mayor, Councillors Helmer and Cassidy.
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Invitation to a community information meeting about the residential infill development by Forest Park Homes for part of the former Sherwood Forest Public School site:
Date: Wednesday, April, 18, 2018
Time: 7 to 9 p.m.
Location: Medway Community Centre, 2nd floor at 119 Sherwood Forest Square
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Medway Valley Heritage ESA Becoming More Like A Park?
The full plan and background on changes to the Medway including two new “trail connections” (i.e., bridges) can be found on the City’s web site at:
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