Letter RE: St. James Baptist Property / Hess Street Traffic Study / DNA AGM Reminder

Durand Position on James Street Baptist Church Property

The DNA debated what they thought should happen with the James Street Baptist Church considering  the results of the meeting of the Demolition Review Committee and the proposal by the developers on Wednesday October 10th 2013.  Read the DNA position on James Street Baptist October 2013 for the full details.

Hess Street Traffic Study

A study by Simon Kiss,  Kelly Foyle, with help from Dennis Baker, determined that about 39% of Hess Street traffic during rush hour is attributable to motorists using the Queen Street Hill.  The entire study can be found here.

Durand Neighbourhood Association – Annual General Meeting Reminder

Please remember to RSVP to our AGM on Tuesday October 22 at 6:45pm with guest speaker Jeff Paiken of New Horizon Homes.

3 Responses to Letter RE: St. James Baptist Property / Hess Street Traffic Study / DNA AGM Reminder

  1. Great work Kelly and Dennis. – The results were very interesting. Having lived on Hess for 15 years, its funny how I never considered that the one way portion of Queen St. may be accounting for a significant portion of the rush hour traffic. I am defiantly for the conversion of Queen back to 2-way.

  2. Hello,
    I patiently await my reply to be moderated.
    Michael Adkins

    • Hello Michael,

      I do apologize, but I may have lost your reply. I know I read it and do appreciate your comments and your correction to my post. Would you be so kind as to send again and I will make sure to moderate and post.

      Janice Brown, President DNA

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