Construction of the new housing on the portion of the site outlined in red will be starting next week. The first part of the work is always the most significant with dump trucks and excavators on site. The developer is meeting with his contractor next week to sort out details including which streets trucks will be using (the shortest route is usually the least disruptive) and the timing of the various parts of the project. We have also asked for a contact number so that anyone with concerns can get in touch. If you have any questions, please contact Sandy Levin by Tuesday and he will pass them along right away so the developer has them in time for his meeting with his contractor.
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Neighbourhood Decision Making 2019
Neighbourhood Decision Making (NDM) is an opportunity for London residents to democratically decide how to spend a portion of the City’s budget on neighbourhood projects. The project ideas that you come up with and vote for can transform the culture, pulse, and even the physical appearance of our neighbourhood. To learn how NDM works and submit an idea online click here
Just a reminder of bus service changes in our area starting September 1.
Service through the Orchard Park neighbourhood will be removed, leaving a small section of the area more than 400m to transit stop.
Route 9 changes will serve the intersection of Wonderland and Fanshawe Park Roads and provide two-way service along Limberlost.
Route 9 will no longer be interlined with Route 6 in the evenings and will operate to downtown during all time periods.
Route 31 will be modified to operate along Aldersbrook Road to the Hyde Park Power Centre. The route will now operate as a stand-alone route, no longer interlined with Route 19 and 32
For more info see http://www.londontransit.ca/proposed-route-9-31-changes/
Neighborhood Safety Audit Results
1. Both yields at Rollingwood/Metamora and Rollingwood/Bloomfield will be changed to stop signs. In addition, the Yield at Rollingwood/Sleightholme will be changed to a stop sign. These changes requires a report to City Council for approval so you may not see the signs changed until the fall.