Please join us on Monday September 27 at 6:30pm to hear from the Shepherds of Good Hope’s (SGH) proposed 216 Murray Project (see Project Website for more details https://www.sghottawa.com/216-2/). Although the project will be built in Lower Town, social issues, such as pervasive homelessness and the housing crisis, connect us all.
Action Sandy Hill endeavours to help keep the community informed about developments that impact the community as well as to hear from engaged citizens who may wish to praise or raise concerns about the project.
This event will be your opportunity to learn more about this project, have your questions answered, and raise comments and concerns. To participate in this virtual event please use the Jitsi meeting link provided on the event page: https://ash-acs.ca/event/ash-board-meeting-13/
Further questions about the development can be directed to the City of Ottawa, at Planning Committee (Councillor Glen.Gower@Ottawa.ca or Councillor Scott.Moffatt@ottawa.ca), at City Council (Jim.Watson@Ottawa.ca), and the planner, Andrew McCreight (Andrew.McCreight@Ottawa.ca).
The full details of the project should now be on the City’s website along with contact information.
I would encourage you to send any concerns or positive comments directly to the SGH email@example.com; the Planning Committee (emails above) and/or to Councillor Mathieu Fleury, Mathieu.Fleury@ottawa.ca.
If you have comments or concerns about outcomes for Inuit women, you may wish to contact Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to know more about the Rapid Housing Initiative in general, you may wish to contact Mona.Fortier@parl.gc.ca.
If you would like more information on homelessness issues in Ottawa, you may wish to visit the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa’s website.
Looking forward to welcoming all residents on Monday!
President, Action Sandy Hill
SGH 27 Sept