Make your opinion known at OMB hearing

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

I have been a resident of Dundas for the past 40 years and appreciate all the town offers: spectacular entranceways, hiking trails, waterfalls galore and an opportunity to live with all manner of wildlife.

The application for a zoning change to the property at 201 King St. E. was turned down by Hamilton city council, the Dundas Community Council and Hamilton Region Conservation Authority board of directors. The Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton Naturalists Club and other environmental groups all questioned the proposal. The application is now before the Ontario Municipal Board.

The second OMB pre-hearing is on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in the Hamilton Convention Centre, starting at 10 a. m.

Residents’ attendance on Sept. 30 will be the last opportunity to register as a participant in the final hearing which will be held in January 2010.

Decision final

It is important that all citizens who are concerned about the proposed building of a self-storage facility, covering five acres at the head of Cootes Paradise, voice their opinion to the OMB. The decision by the OMB will be final for Dundas and all of its residents.

Louise Chambers, Dundas

Make your opinion known at OMB hearing

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

I have been a resident of Dundas for the past 40 years and appreciate all the town offers: spectacular entranceways, hiking trails, waterfalls galore and an opportunity to live with all manner of wildlife.

The application for a zoning change to the property at 201 King St. E. was turned down by Hamilton city council, the Dundas Community Council and Hamilton Region Conservation Authority board of directors. The Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton Naturalists Club and other environmental groups all questioned the proposal. The application is now before the Ontario Municipal Board.

The second OMB pre-hearing is on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in the Hamilton Convention Centre, starting at 10 a. m.

Residents’ attendance on Sept. 30 will be the last opportunity to register as a participant in the final hearing which will be held in January 2010.

Decision final

It is important that all citizens who are concerned about the proposed building of a self-storage facility, covering five acres at the head of Cootes Paradise, voice their opinion to the OMB. The decision by the OMB will be final for Dundas and all of its residents.

Louise Chambers, Dundas

Make your opinion known at OMB hearing

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

I have been a resident of Dundas for the past 40 years and appreciate all the town offers: spectacular entranceways, hiking trails, waterfalls galore and an opportunity to live with all manner of wildlife.

The application for a zoning change to the property at 201 King St. E. was turned down by Hamilton city council, the Dundas Community Council and Hamilton Region Conservation Authority board of directors. The Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton Naturalists Club and other environmental groups all questioned the proposal. The application is now before the Ontario Municipal Board.

The second OMB pre-hearing is on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in the Hamilton Convention Centre, starting at 10 a. m.

Residents’ attendance on Sept. 30 will be the last opportunity to register as a participant in the final hearing which will be held in January 2010.

Decision final

It is important that all citizens who are concerned about the proposed building of a self-storage facility, covering five acres at the head of Cootes Paradise, voice their opinion to the OMB. The decision by the OMB will be final for Dundas and all of its residents.

Louise Chambers, Dundas