Posts Tagged "minutes"

June minutes and updates for September 2013

Posted on Sep 5, 2013 in Meetings | Comments Off on June minutes and updates for September 2013

The next Walk Ottawa meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 23, 2013. In the meantime, here are a number of updates and documents to review:  Minutes from the June meeting (Draft – to be approved at the next meeting) Walk Ottawa Introduction and Vision (Minutes item 5b, originally circulated Dec 2012). Hopefully you can use this information to submit letters and articles to your local community papers about Walk Ottawa to get more people interested and involved. Improvements at “Top 20 Intersections” (Minutes item 5c) News & links The City has installed the new pilot...

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June "Walk Ottawa" meeting resources

Posted on Jun 21, 2012 in Meetings | Comments Off on June "Walk Ottawa" meeting resources

Thanks to Charles for pulling all of this information together from last week’s meeting. The meeting minutes will be ready soon.  Until then,  here are some resources from the meeting, for those of you who like to pore through these types of documents (and I know many of you do!): Questions and answers about traffic signals Responses from staff to questions about pedestrian signals from the May meeting City of Ottawa Older Adult Plan Feed-back Period Information on the Older Adult Plan development, which includes community sessions on June 21, 27 and 28 in various parts of the...

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First meeting of the pedestrian advocacy group

Posted on Jan 15, 2012 in Meetings | Comments Off on First meeting of the pedestrian advocacy group

The first meeting of the new pedestrian advocacy group took place on January 11, 202 at City Hall. On the agenda: Choosing a group name. Pedestrian memorials (like the cycling ‘ghost bikes’) Reviewing the letter to the coroner on pedestrian issues in Ottawa Brainstorming of high-level goals Brainstorming “quick fixes” for the next year Choosing a meeting frequency Many of the agenda items are still in discussion (including the group name). Two members volunteered to look into signage ideas for the pedestrian memorials.  The website was mentioned...

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