Community meeting to stop Clublink

Dear Neighbours…

There was a great turnout for Councillor Jenna Sudds Community Meeting on the ClubLink redevelopment plan last evening at Brookstreet. Everyone was pleased to see Mayor Jim Watson out and showing his support for our community. The City of Ottawa website is now a one-stop location for all the information around the ClubLink proposal. There is a lot of reading on the proposal and the processes and timelines that the city is using to address it. It does take time but it is something you should do to make sure you understand what ClubLink is proposing and, to try and put your head around the negative changes that will result for your family and home and our community.

We are digesting it at the KGPC too, but we are also very engaged in creating a community meeting with the information about choices you and your neighbours can take proactively to protect our community. We will present a group of experts to give you unbiased information around the most appropriate steps that we can make to STOP CLUBLINK. Read all about our STOP CLUBLINK meeting below. It is important for everyone to attend. The auditorium at Earl of March will seat 750 people. Please plan to be there!

The time for the community to take action started on October 9. The protection of the green and open spaces at the heart of our community requires each of us to participate.

Please join us,
Barbara Ramsay, Chair
Kanata Greenspace Protection Coalition

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Earl of March Secondary School
4 The Parkway, Beaverbrook


Tuesday, November 5, 2019
7:00 PM


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