Re-zoning South Merivale Business Park & Community Information Session on Zoom

Overview

A number of residents of the Glens have expressed concern about the Zoning By-law Amendment Application for a warehouse of Merivale Road by Leikin Dr. and Bill Leathan Dr.


There has been considerable coverage about this issue in the local media.

Please be aware of the information the City has provided below.

The details of this request for rezoning of South Merivale Business Park can be found on the Ottawa website: Application Details - Development Applications Search (ottawa.ca) The following links are to the studies and related documentation (5 attachments)

Several members of the Glens Community Association have been in contact with Councillor Egli and other members of City Council.

Councillor Egli has responded: "With many residents coming forward expressing various concerns and inquiries, our office is meeting with planning staff to share these concerns and find out what options there might be to address them."

City of Ottawa Public Forum The City of Ottawa will be holding a virtual public forum on Thursday, May 13th to provide residents with more information on this development application and discuss any questions. Details of this session are still being confirmed, but if you would like to attend, please email Haroula.giovanopoulos@ottawa.ca from my office and she will share the details with you when available. Planning Committee Public Delegations This matter will be going to Planning Committee, with a tentative date of Thursday, May 27th, 2021 at 9:30 am. Official confirmation of the agenda will take place May 17th, and will be published on Ottawa.ca


Community Information Session You are invited to attend an online open house to discuss this proposed application. The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 13 at 6:00 p.m.

This meeting will be held through remote electronic participation in order to comply with an Order in Council (filed March 28, 2020 and extended on May 16, 2020) pursuant to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, which prohibits organized public events of more than fifty people. The chosen technology for this meeting is Zoom, which allows for participation by telephone, as well as by computers and mobile devices. Persons who intend to participate during the meeting may wish to register/sign up in Zoom, if they have not already done so. The following information is provided for your consideration and guidance during remote participation in the meeting:

How to Join the Meeting: Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/98352852060?pwd=TmI2aE1LaVJnT2tiL2FOaHgxbkJhZz09 Meeting ID: 983 5285 2060 Passcode: 276790 Or Telephone: Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/adawV1b4QX

During the open house zoom meeting, the applicant and their team will review the proposed application, followed by questions and answers. Should you have further questions please contact Allison Hamlin at allison.hamlin@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424 ext. 25477


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