Advanced utility work for Main Street Renewal - lane reductions on Main Street planned

As part of advanced utility work for the upcoming Main Street Renewal project, Bell Canada will commence construction work to replace the existing Bell ducts. Read this briefing report for complete details. The work along Main Street will include the following:

Construction notice for residents of Elliot Avenue and Rideau River Drive

Beginning the week of November 3, 2014, the City of Ottawa will begin construction work on properties located along Elliot Avenue and Rideau River Drive (in addition to Leanne Street, Phoenix Crescent, Payette Drive, and Granada Drive). This activity will include the rehabilitation of several depressed driveway entrances at the roadway edge.

WHO: The City of Ottawa has hired the Contractor, Ottawa D Squared, to complete the work.

WHY: The purpose of the project is to address concerns related to drainage from the roadway flowing onto depressed driveways.

Annual General Meeting on November 11

The annual general meeting of the Old Ottawa East Community Association (OOECA) and Community Activities Group (CAG) will take place on November 11, 2014, at 7pm. The meeting will take place at Church of the Ascension, 253 Echo Drive. Please see the following materials related to the meeting:

Status update on accessing eastern and western Rideau River pathways - UPDATE on Nov. 6

Both paths are currently closed until the end of October as demolition works at Hurdman Bridge are ongoing. Upcoming work at Hurdman Bridge includes headwall work, which will require an additional two week closure per pathway in November. This work will begin on the west side and then switch to the east side.

Pathway status:

· UPDATE: Eastern pathway – remains closed and is anticipated to reopen as early as the week of November 5.

· Western pathway – remains closed and is anticipated to reopen as early as the week of November 20.

City of Ottawa recruiting citizen members for committees and boards

The City of Ottawa is currently recruiting for citizen members to serve on various committees and boards. To be eligible, you must be a resident of the City of Ottawa and 18 years of age or older (city employees are not eligible).

Several positions are available including:

•Board of Health (5 members)
•Police Services Board (1 member)
•Library Board (*5 to 8 members)
• Committee of Adjustment (15 members)

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