Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park commemorative naming proposal

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park, located at 288 Chapel Street to the “Cindy Mitchell Park”

City of Ottawa Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services have let ASH know that the Commemorative Naming Committee (CNC) has approved the commencement of a 30-day public consultation on this proposal. ASH submitted a letter supporting the re-naming last year (ASH letter re Laurier Park, PDF opens in new tab)

The proposal:

In recognition of extensive community service, the City has been asked to name Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park, located at 288 Chapel Street, the “Cindy Mitchell Park”. Cindy Mitchell was a longtime Early Childhood Educator in Sandy Hill. Cindy is a prominent community member, that has played an active role in supporting refugee resettlement, assisting children with home schooling via videoconference, and involved in raising funds to support the Ottawa Food Bank.

More:

https://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/city-manager-administration-and-policies/policies-and-administrative-structure/administrative-policies/commemorative-naming#current-commemorative-naming-proposals

Sandy Hill Image: New name for Laurier Park proposed

Comments and support letters can be submitted to the City here comments must be received no later than Thursday, March 10, 2022:

https://s-ca.chkmkt.com/?e=255641&h=90ADACD021CFC94