City of Cornwall Collaborates with Interest Group and the Wider Community

October 11, 2013 at 10:35 am Leave a comment

Members of the Active Transportation action  group of Transition Cornwall + met with City of Cornwall staff from the Parks and Recreation and Infrastructure and Transportation Planning  for a pre-budget discussion on active transportation priorities for 2014.   The action group was invited by Division Manager, Infrastructure Planning, Mr. Stephen Wintle to sit around the table and share ideas and expertise. The purpose was to provide input to assist with the decision making going ahead with the city’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. It was recognized that budget planning is a challenge but common priorities were agreed upon. Chantal Lalonde, physical activity Health Educator/Promoter with the Eastern Ontario Health Unit, and Lynn Macdonell represented the Active Transportation action group at the meeting. Transition Cornwall + appreciates the opportunity to collaborate with the city and is happy to see that the city values the opinions of those working for the common good.
Attention All Cornwall Cyclists: This pertains to you! A cycling path may be part of the extension of Nick Kaneb Drive. All cyclists are encouraged to attend the Open House described below and give their opinion.
The City of Cornwall is holding a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for proposed extension of Nick Kaneb Drive. A Public Open House (POH) meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday October 16,  4:00 – 7:00 p.m , please click on the link for more information.

Open House
 

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