Urban trees are on the minds of many residents. What can we do to combat the loss of green canopy now occurring in the core of the city and help maintain existing green assets?
The Hintonburg Community Association has developed a code of conduct for developers and builders operating in our community, especially for infill. It clearly lays out what we expect from all developers and builders working on projects in our community.
Our Annual General Meeting took place back on September 26th. At that meeting we committed to publishing the draft minutes from our 2018 event as they were not available for approval. As well we promised to publish our final 2018-2019 financial report with numbers through to the end of September 2019. Here they are:
The HCA recently held an information session with the Canadian Red Cross. We all should be prepared to be self-sufficient for the first 72 hours in an emergency. The City has great resources but can’t help everyone at once. Here is what we learned.
This is a day worth celebrating. As you can see above, after fifteen months of obstruction, the sidewalk and parking spaces in front of Magee House are finally open.