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Côté Martial Arts – NEW MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATE BUSINESS!

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We have a new membership associate business! Welcome to Côté Martial Arts! FCCA members take off 10%!

CHECK OUT  THEIR MONKEY AROUND  LOCATION FLYER HERE - Flyer – monkey around

 

Happy Thanksgiving Findlay Creek!

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Happy Thanksgiving Findlay Creek! Have a wonderful long weekend!

Updates on 2 new developments in the Findlay Creek Area: 4791 Bank and Hope Cemetery

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OttawaProposed  Application: Official Plan Amendment for 4791 Bank Street

You are invited to attend a public meeting regarding this application on:

Wednesday ,September,  28, 2016

 7 to 9PM

 Fred Barrett Arena – Gloucester Lions Hall(Leitrim)

4561 Bank Street

The proposed subdivision will consist of approximately 242 single detached dwellings, 230 townhouse dwellings and 70 high density residential dwellings. The proposal will also include commercial uses and a mixed use area fronting onto Bank Street. Two parks and a school site are proposed as part of the development.

The subject lands are currently designated Urban Expansion Study Area in the Official Plan and are also identified within the Leitrim Community Design Plan as future expansion.

For additional information, please contact:

Cheryl McWilliams
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 30234
E-mail: cheryl.mcwilliams@ottawa.ca

Subdivision application, 4660 Bank Street

Please be advised than an application for Draft Plan of Subdivision has been submitted to the City of Ottawa to create a residential subdivision located in the western portion of the existing Hope Cemetery, located at 4660 Bank Street, south of Leitrim Road. The proposal is to develop a 6.05 hectare portion of the site for approximately 61 single detached dwellings, 89 townhouse dwellings and three new streets.

 The submitted information will be posted on the City’s development search page at Ottawa.ca/devapps. The application number is D07-16-16-0015.

Hunter’s Public House Restaurant

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Today, FCCA President Meagan Cote had the opportunity to meet with Charles MacInnis the owner of Hunter’s Public House restaurant which is the new business taking over the Tosca location in the Findlay Creek Plaza.

Hunter’s promises to be a modern and inviting gastro-pub focused on delivering innovative meals from locally sourced food and serving local craft beverages.

Charles is a trained culinary chef with over 16 years of experience in restaurant management and development. As a husband and father of two young children, Charles spoke enthusiastically about creating an establishment where the local community can come together, feel relaxed and enjoy themselves.

With opening slated for the end of October, the FCCA looks forward to building strong a relationship with Hunter’s Public House. While we got to take a sneak peak at the preliminary menu (which includes delicious sounding breakfast, lunch and dinner plates – 8  different beers on tap, and a take out lunch box menu built on fresh in house baked bread) we will certainly keep the community updated with with all the details as they become final.

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