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Ramsay, you’re invited!
- Ramsay Stampede Party
- Saturday, July 9
- At Ramsay Rink (2101 Ramsay Street SE)
Live music by Mike Fury 4 !
BBQ Beef on a Bun !
Cash bar !
Silent auction (all funds raised support the Ramsay rink programs and upgrades) !
Members and invited guests only
You can now download the July/August newsletter.
The newsletter delivery team will bring the newsletter to your mailbox on the week-end of July 2-3.
PLEASE NOTE: You may notice a typo on the cover of the printed version of the newsletter. The Ramsay Stampede Party is on July 9th, not June 9th.
If you have any questions or comments about newsletter delivery, please contact email@example.com
Enjoy the new issue!
As part of the Greenline development, our current Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) will require amendments to accommodate the changes that the Greenline will bring to the development of the community.
For reference, here the link to our current ARP:
INFORMATION CAFE – WHAT IS IT: A large format engagement session – open to the public – where people can learn more about the planning process overall, and all the related items that go into developing an area redevelopment plan (ARP).
o This will be a come and go session with each table providing a range of information on a specific topic.
o People will be able to sit down and learn more about the topics from City planners at each table, and hear from other community members who have joined the same table. We will be there to clarify information and answer your questions.
o TABLE TOPICS include: What is involved in an ARP? / What are the specifics for the Inglewood and Ramsay ARPs / Parks and Natural Areas / Transportation / Urban Design / Heritage and more.
· MEETING OVERALL OBJECTIVE:
o To provide an opportunity for attendees to learn more about The City’s planning process.
o To provide information specific to the ARP development for Inglewood and Ramsay, which will cover the Inglewood/Ramsay and 26 Avenue station areas.
o To collect public input on aspects of the policy development.
o To meet the need to answer people’s questions about planning and policy in an informal and enjoyable atmosphere.
· DATE & LOCATION: April 28 – Drop in any time between 5 and 8 pm (Alexandra Centre – 922-9 Ave SE)
As was discussed in the Newsletter – find attached the official media release from the Stampede about their relationship with the CMLC.
As was shared in the newsletter, there is a proposed rezoning moving forward in the community. The area being looked at goes from Red’s to 17th Ave between 8th Street And Maggie Street.
Phil Dack will be at the General Meeting on Tuesday March 1 to further discuss the planned zoning changes and what the zoning changes mean for the community.
Below shows the area in consideration for rezoning.
Hope to see you there!