Guelph, Ont., February 9, 2017 – The City is recruiting members to form a community working group to provide guidance on the Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan.
“We’re looking for individuals who want to help turn the last unplanned area of Guelph into a vibrant and healthy community,” says Stacey Laughlin, senior policy planner with the City of Guelph. “The Community Working Group will provide one forum for community input into the Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan to ensure it reflects balanced opinions and considerations from all stakeholders.”
The deadline to apply is midnight on Wednesday, February 22. Interested individuals are encouraged to send their name, contact information and the stakeholder group—from the list below—that they represent to firstname.lastname@example.org or City Hall, 1 Carden Street, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 3A1.
The working group will include up to 20 individuals, representing the following groups:
- Community at large
- Environmental interest groups
- Developers–owning land in study area
- Developers–not owning land in study area
- Study area landowners (non-developer)
- Rolling Hills landowners
- Active transportation activists/experts
- School board representatives
- Chamber of Commerce
- Public Health Unit
Applications will be selected based on the terms of reference criteria and those who are successful will be contacted in March.
The group’s first meeting is expected to take place in April.
For more information
Stacey Laughlin, Senior Policy Planner
Planning, Urban Design and Building Services
519-822-1260 extension 2327