Hi Duranders, It’s been an interesting week watching our City Council as they struggle with what to do with the billion dollar gift from the province, but there are always good news stories and here are two, shared by Janice Brown: MEET OLIVIA! I am delighted to introduce you to Olivia, a very special young..
from raisethehammer.org Dear Duranders, We know from history that it’s not over until a building is actually demolished (e.g. Sandyford Place). Please take a moment and sign the petition asking the province to save our Gore Park buildings. These are structurally sound buildings and do not have to come down! The practice of demolishing sound..
On January 25, City Council voted to support the demolition request for the historic Gore Park buildings — only Aidan Johnson, Matthew Green and Brenda Johnson opposed the motion. The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario is appealing to Minister Eleanor McMahon to step in to mediate a conservation solution. See the link below to read more..
Hi Duranders, Our website is back online after a brief outage this week. Our apologies for any inconvenience you may have experienced. The repairs to our website are just in time to let you know about the Planning Committee Meeting scheduled on Tuesday, January 17 at City Hall, 9:30 a.m. Item 8.1 on the agenda..
How do we balance new growth in Durand with existing neighbourhood character? Tell Us What You Think with the Durand Character Survey Hey Duranders! The Durand Neighbourhood Association wants to know what you think about the look and feel of our community. As part of our Durand Neighbourhood Character Project, we’d like you to fill..