Environment Committee Report to October 30/23 ASH Board Meeting
ASH’s environment committee co-chairs recently made suggestions for adjustments to the City of Ottawa’s Trees in Trust Program. The suggestions are detailed in the letter below sent to Councillor Fleury.
See also this post: ASH Tree and Greening Group Tackles Japanese Knotweed http://www.ontarioinvasiveplants.ca/resources/best-management-practices/
The Rideau River shoreline is an important recreational pathway and natural area that contributes greatly to the quality of life in Sandy Hill. Yet this critical green space is increasingly being taken over by invasive plants, shrubs and trees. Among … Read More
Letter to Mayor & Chief of Police from Action Sandy Hill Reply from Mayor Reply from Chief of Police Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 4:32 PM To: Watson, Jim (Mayor/Maire) (City of Ottawa); Bordeleau, Charles J Cc: email@example.com; … Read More
June 28th’s meeting of the Town & Gown Committee was a boisterous affair as 60 or more Sandy Hill residents, and some from neighbouring communities, came out to hear Vice-President of Action Sandy Hill, Robert Forbes, make a presentation on … Read More
(Photo: Claude Schryer: Somerset Street Greenscaping project, September 24, 2016/ Projet de reverdissement pour la rue Somerset, 24 septembre, 2016) Thank you to everyone who participated in the Power Plant on Saturday September 25th! Merci à tous qui ont … Read More
On Monday October 29th, 2012, come out and watch the demolition of the derelict buildings at the corner of Rideau and Charlotte Streets in order to make way for the temporary park. The activities will start after 7 a.m., although … Read More