Sprawl: the Monster that’s Consuming Simcoe County
AWARE Simcoe public meeting in Angus - all are invited
Panellists: Claire Malcolmson of Environmental Defence, John Stillich of the Sustainable Urban Development Association and David Strachan of the Midhurst Ratepayers Association will discuss the development pressures facing Simcoe County.
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2012 9:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Community Centre, 8527 County Road 10, Angus ON
This is an urgent issue for Simcoe County residents. By 2031 the population of Simcoe County, Orillia and Barrie is to have grown by about 250,000 people. This will impact our air and water quality, our health, our lifestyles and our tax bills. How can our municipal councils meet the challenge of building healthy communities within ecological limitations? Our panellists will present their perspective and we want to hear from you – what are your concerns and ideas?
Refreshments and Home Baked Goodies Provided. All welcome! Bring a friend.
From the East or the South: From Hwy 400, exit at Hwy 90. Go west to Angus. Continue along Mill Street to County Road 10. Turn left. Park in Nottawasaga Pines parking lot.
From the North: Take County Rd. 10 south to Angus. Turn right along Mill Street to where it rejoins County Rd. 10. Turn left. Park in Nottawasaga Pines parking lot.
From the West: Take Hwy 89 to County Road 10. Turn left and go to Nottawasaga Pines parking lot.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 705-435-5167 (John)
PUBLIC MEETINGS on Recurrent Energy projects
You can comment in writing to:
Hatch Ltd., 4342 Queen Street, Suite 500, Niagara Falls, ON, L2E 7J7
Tel: 905-374-0701 ext. 5757 Fax: 905-374-1157
|Projects: Orillia 1 and Orillia 3 Project1, Project3|
|Project: Waubaushene 3 Project|
|Projects: Midhurst 3 and Midhurst 4 Project3, Project4|
Alternative Energy & the Family Farm
This symposium, held on November 16, 2010 tackled various subjects surrounding Farmland, Soil Inventory, Alternative Power Generation etc. The meeting was sponsored by the Simcoe County Federation of Agriculture. Three of the seven presenters had PowerPoint presentations which they have agreed to make available. Download the PDF versions from our Resources page.