Action Sandy Hill President, Christopher Collmorgen, was interviewed the morning of Tuesday, February 19, 2013, on CBC Ottawa Morning with Seamus Wolf, GSAED representative, regarding the low turnout of students at Town and Gown meetings. To listen to the interview, … Read More
[14-February-2013] Click here to view original article. EMC News – A new committee aimed at bridging the gap between students and homeowners living in Sandy Hill says it needs more volunteers to make the endeavour a success. The Town and … Read More
[04-October-2012] Click here to view original article. EMC News – In light of the new changes to garbage pickup across the city, board members of the Sandy Hill community association are taking action to educate residents. Starting Oct. 29, in … Read More
[04-October-2012] Click here to view original article. EMC News – A Sandy Hill community association is crediting the overwhelming success of its annual fall barbecue to the work of a new committee dedicated to fostering better relations between residents and … Read More
[06-Sept-2012] Click here to view video at CBC.ca. CBC News – Local councillor, bylaw officials warning students living in Sandy Hill to calm their partying ways.
[06-Sept-2012] Click here to view original article. SUN News – Ottawa Police don’t want to be invited to your party. That’s the message police, along with Ottawa Bylaw, Action Sandy Hill, the University of Ottawa Housing Services and a group … Read More
[06-Sept-2012] Click here to view original article. EMC News – Sandy Hill home owners have butted heads with students living in the area over issues such as noise and garbage, but this fall the community’s new Town and Gown Committee … Read More
[02-August-2012] Click here to view original article. EMC News – A Sandy Hill site featuring several derelict buildings remains untouched months after the city approved a proposal to create a temporary park at the location. The plans to demolish three … Read More
Almost a dozen Sandy Hill residents came out in support of changes to the way the city’s noise bylaw is enforced, but many said there needs to be even more attention to fix the “free-for-all party destination” reputation Sandy Hill is gaining.
Just days before the May “two-four” weekend, the community and protective services committee heard from several frustrated residents who complained their quality of life is deteriorating because of out-of-control partying in the neighbourhood, which borders on the University of Ottawa.