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Old Ottawa East Membership Drive - canvassers needed!

We are in the final push for the 2015 membership drive. There are six streets that do not have canvassers and if you or anyone you know could spare a bit of time between now and November 6th it would be a great help to ensure the community has a successful membership drive. The time commitment is roughly 1-2 hours and involves knocking on doors and asking residents to either join or renew their membership in the OOECA and delivering a flyer with details regarding the OOECA Annual General Meeting on November 11th. Instruction and membership kits are provided.

Streets in need of canvassers are: Drummond, Glenora, Hazel, McGillvray, Echo - Immaculata to Clegg and Clegg - North side - Main to Echo.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact Suzanne Johnston at 613.795.8199 or at suzanne.johnston@sympatico.ca.
It is a great way to meet your neighbours!

The Regional Group unveils new name for Oblates development

The Regional Group has chosen a new name for the Oblates redevelopment and it is...

Greystone Village

Thank you to everyone who entered the naming contest!

You can learn more about The Regional Group's proposal for the Oblates lands in this brochure, and on their web site.

Public Open House on Main Street Renewal Project - November 20

The next public open house for the Main Street Renewal Project is planned for November 20th, 2014. At the public open house, the final detailed streetscape designs will be presented, along with public art selection, utility works, construction timing, and a preliminary construction period transportation management plan.

6:00PM to 9:00PM
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Normandin Room
Saint Paul University
249 Main Street

All are welcome to attend.

Update on Rideau River Pathways

Here is an update on the Rideau River pathways as LRT construction continues:

Eastern Pathway – currently open; scheduled to close as early as October 14 until the end of October. Alternate route maps will be in place at multiple access points.
Western Pathway – scheduled to remain closed until the end of October. A signed detour route is in place directing pedestrians and cyclists via Lees and Robinson.

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