There were a number of questions submitted at the All Candidates meeting that were not posed to the candidates due to time contraints These questions were sent to both candidates for council and their reponses are linked below;
Dan Scarf's Responses
Scott Moffatt's Responses
Rideau-Goulbourn Councillor Candidate information
The position of Councillor for Rideau-Goulbourn is being contested by two candidates, the incumbent Scott Moffatt and challenger Dan Scharf.
Both candidates are making it easy to learn about their platforms and about themselves through their websites, and can be followed and contacted through social media.
Scott Moffatt’s website
Dan Scharf’s website
All-Candidates Public Meetings in Osgoode Ward:
Metcalfe Community Centre: Wednesday Sept 24th, 6:30 – 10:00 pm
Speeches start at 7 PM. Please give questions in writing at door.
Osgoode Community Centre: Wednesday October 1st, 6 PM to 10 PM
See osgoodevillage.com for details on the agenda and process.
Greely Community Centre: Wednesday October 8th, starting at 7 PM
See greelycommunity.org for details.
Osgoode Ward Candidates
Residents in Osgoode Ward need to decide among 11 contenders for councillor following the retirement of long-serving Councillor Doug Thompson.
A lot has changed since the township days and Osgoode Ward, as part of the larger City of Ottawa, needs a strong voice to ensure that the concerns of its residents and businesses are well represented and listened to by Staff and by Council and that there is a bright future for Osgoode Ward in a strong Ottawa.
Candidates have been distributing pamphlets, going house to house, and most have put up websites that provide information about themselves, their reasons for running and their platforms. Some candidates have also posted videos and recordings of their recent radio interviews.
Here is a list of 7 candidates in alphabetical order and their web-sites that Osgoode Ward residents can consult to learn about their candidates:
Tom Dawson: tomdawson.ca
George Darouze: electgeorgedarouze.ca
Davis Jermacans: electdavis.ca
Jean Johnston-McKitterick: osgoode20.ca
Liam Maguire: voteliam.ca
Bob Masaro: bobmasaro.ca
Kim Sheldrick: kimsheldrick4councillor.ca
The other 4 candidates do not have websites (yet) but can be contacted by e-mail:
Paul St. Jean: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Scantland: email@example.com
Mark Scharfe: firstname.lastname@example.org
George Wright: email@example.com
Local community associations in Meltcalfe, Osgoode and Greely are also helping out by hosting all-candidates meetings that allow candidates to present themselves and answer questions, and for residents to meet the candidates.
Play equipment to be installed at McLean's Park
a. Artist rendition from one perspective
b. Artist rendition from another perspective
New bridge an opportunity to share the load: Manotick
Manotick News article by Emma Jackson and Erin McCracken July 24, 2014
MVCA working with City to gauge resident interest living on specific Long Island streets for sewer and water services
Village of Manotick, Existing and Proposed Wastewater Network
Village of Manotick, Existing and Proposed Watermain Network
Alternative 3- Watermain and Sanitary Sewer Construction
Alternative 2- Watermain and Sanitary Sewer Construction
Alternative 1- Watermain Construction only
Community and local politicians reject proposed school location for TELUS Cell Tower in Manotick area
Petition to the House of Commons to reject the proposed cell tower site at 1071 Dozois in Manotick ON:
“Whereas putting a cell tower at 1071 Dozois Road in Ottawa is not an acceptable risk for our children and our neighbourhood due to the proximity of the tower to a local elementary and local high school, we the undersigned, residents of Canada, request the House of Commons to not accept the proposed cell tower site at 1071 Dozois in Manotick, ON.”
Download the petition addressed to the House of Commons, add your name and and return it by mail (no postage required) to: Office of Pierre Poilievre MP, House of Commons, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A6.
Future Road Network Affecting Manotick Residents
Public Meeting on City’s intersection improvement proposals for Bankfield, Prince of Wales, First Line and Greenbank:
The City of Ottawa is preparing for the future road network affecting Manotick area residents as part of an Environmental Study for a new alignment for Greenbank Road between Jockvale Road and Barnsdale.
The MVCA held a public meeting on this issue on Monday November 4th
Presentation given at the November 4th meeting
Presentation given at the October 3rd meeting.
Realigned Greenbank and Southwest Transitway Extension - Planning and Environmental Assessment Publc Consultation Group - Presentation Meeting #2, September 24, 2013
Bankfield Roundabout gets thumbs up from residents
Presentation to Transportation Committee, November 15 by MVCA
Presentation to Transportation Committee, November 15
"School to Pool" Manotick Cycling Path
Remembrance Day in Manotick, November 2013
You need to read this to safely navigate h the Jockvale 2-lane Roundabout at Cambrian
Reduce Speed to Safely Navigate the Jockvale roundabout
Manotick Rural Residential Land Survey 2011-2012
The Rural Residential Land Survey was tabled at the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on Sept 5, 2013. Documents are availalbe here.
Request for Offers - Dickinson Square
Request for Offers The Manotick Mill Quarter Community Development Corporation is seeking offers from respondents interested in either purchasing or leasing its portfolios of properties situated in the historic Mill Quarter of Manotick
Official Plan - Rural Public Consultation - City of Ottawa On-Line Questionnaire
Results from Questionnaire
One hundred and fifty one (151) rural residents answered the online survey. All of the questions were mandatory for each respondent. The results of the survey are summarized and represented graphically below. For ease of reference, the questions have been grouped into the following topics:
- Demographic Information
- General Questions
- Residential Development Strategy
Draft Official Plan
Draft Official Plan more documents available here..
Manotick Neighbourhood Watch
Manotick to take lead on Manotick Neighbourhood revival
Youthful outlook to shape Manotick programming EMC Article by Emma Jackson,May 24, 2013
Renewal of Membership
Memberships can be renewed using your credit card by using the Paypal link found at http://www.manotickvca.org/join.html
NOTE: Completion of the form found on this page is only required if this is a new membership.
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