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The BEACON

February 2019

Our Main Sponsor This Month:


Many great events happening in the hood hosted by Tim Tierney…
 
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Gloucester 50+ Centre
Winter 2019 Registration!

 
New Location:
4355 Halmont Dr. Ottawa, ON, K1J 8W6

Course Registration:
January 28, 29, 30, 31 in person or by phone with Visa or MC

Tel: (613) 749-1974
Email: info@gloucester50plus.ca
Website: www.gloucester50pluscentre.ca
 

A message from Helping With Furniture

 

Helping With Furniture is a volunteer organization founded in the Beacon Hill area in 2005. Many residents of Beacon Hill are already well acquainted with us, as we could not have helped over 1,700 families in need without the incredible support and donations we have received from our community. Through donations and volunteers, the organization provides furnishings for several families each week, delivering household goods and furniture directly to their homes. Our main objective is to serve people who belong to the most vulnerable groups of society by providing them with the basics that every house needs to feel like a home. 

If you would like to donate lightly used household goods or furniture, you can do so by either dropping off items or arranging for pick-up. Items may be dropped off on Wednesday evenings (7:00 -9:00 pm) or on Saturday mornings (10:00 -12:00pm) at the warehouse, which is located at 5350 Canotek Rd, Unit 9. Alternatively, we can pick up larger items from your home by appointment.
Please see hwfottawa.org for details.

GREEN CORNER

Public Transportation, Blair Station
and Phase 2 of the LRT

 

Using public transportation is a great way to reduce our personal carbon footprint. The imminent launch of Ottawa's first phase of light rail from Blair station will make the service from Beacon Hill to downtown more convenient. Ecology Ottawa is conducting a research and community engagement project designed to identify challenges and opportunities for active transportation around Blair Station. Consider taking this quick survey to help the Ecology Ottawa project.
CLICK HERE for BLAIR station SURVEY

We are also excited for Phase Two of Light Rail which will bring light rail further east to Montreal Road and the 174. The city of Ottawa is currently considering whom to award the construction contract to, and the launch of Phase Two is currently scheduled for 2023.

 

SHACK RULES and HOURS of operation (for outdoor local rinks)

**There is an absolute ZERO tolerance policy for ANY cannabis use anywhere near the rinks or shacks. We had an incident, warnings were given out (and parents notified). Please be aware that the police will be notified for any future violations of the rules. 

We are very lucky to have rink supervisors at our 3 rinks, who make it possible to keep the shacks open evenings and weekends. Being able to put on and take off skates in a warm shack is a luxury. 
 

Shack hours for Eastvale & Fairfield rinks:
Monday-Friday: 6-9pm
Weekends: 10am-6pm

Shack hours for Jasmine:
Monday-Friday: 5-8pm
Weekends: 10am-6pm

Rink Supervisors still needed for
Jasmine and Fairfield Rinks

Are you 15+ years old?

Would you like to earn your volunteer hours by playing hockey or skating? 
OR
Would you like to get a $10/hour stipend as a thank you for volunteering?

If you answered 'Yes' to either question…WE NEED YOU. You will be responsible for unlocking the skate shack, counting the skaters, and locking up afterwards (a few other small things, but that's the bulk of it). That whole time you can skate or play hockey, ringette, whatever.

Please fill in this quick form to let us know if you'd like to help!
http://www.bhca.ca/rink-volunteers/

Planning Circulation/ Circulation-aménagement – 2280 City Park Drive – Plan of Subdivision Proposal – D07-16-18-0031

Dear Sir/Madame,
 
This is the formal circulation of the planning application noted above.   Below is a link to the application on the City’s Development Application Search Tool where you will find information about the application and all of the submitted plans, reports, surveys and accompanying documents you will need to review the application.  Also attached is the application summary.
 
Madame, Monsieur,
 
La présente constitue la diffusion officielle de la demande d’aménagement indiquée ci-haut. Nous avons ajouté ci-dessous un lien menant à cette demande dans l’outil de recherche de demande d’aménagement de la Ville, où vous trouverez de l’information sur la demande et sur l’ensemble des plans, rapports, levés et autres documents qui l’accompagnent, et qui vous permettront de mieux examiner le projet. Vous trouverez également ci-joint le résumé de la demande.
 
Link to Application on DevApps / Lien vers la demande sur ottawa.ca/demdam 
 
https://app01.ottawa.ca/postingplans/searchResults.jsf?lang=en&newReq=yes&action=qs&keyword=D07-16-18-0031
 
Copy of Summary/ Copie du résumé
 
Deadline date for comments/ Date limite pour les commentaires:  March 6/6 mars 2019
 
Please comment directly to the File Lead through the “Send comments to the file lead” link of DevApps .  However, for questions, concerns and all other information please contact the File Lead at:
Merci d’adresser directement vos commentaires au responsable du dossier, en utilisant le lien prévu à cet effet sur la page DevApps. Pour toute question, préoccupation ou autre demande d’information, veuillez communiquer avec le responsable du dossier, aux coordonnées suivantes :
 
Name/ Nom :          Shoma Murshid
e-mail/ Courriel :    shoma.murshid@ottawa.ca
phone/ Tél. :            613-580-2424 ext./poste 15430
 
Please only respond directly to this e-mail address if in this instance you require a paper copy of one of the plans.
Veuillez ne répondre directement à ce courriel que si, en l’occurrence, vous avez besoin d’un exemplaire papier d’un des plans.
 
Thank you,
 
Circulation Team/ Équipe de diffusion
Planning Services/ Services de planification
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department/ Direction générale de la planification, de l’infrastructure et du développement économique
City of Ottawa/ Ville d’Ottawa
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