The fate of 675 acres of land in Guelph
Wednesday, March 25, 20090 Comments
Community dialogue hosted by Guelph Civic League (GCL) to discuss Hanlon Creek Business Park (HCBP).
Norfolk Street United Church Meeting Room 1
Thursday, March 26th 7-9 p.m.
James Gordon - Wellington Water Watchers
Judy Martin - Guelph Urban Forest Friends (GUFF)
Matt Soltys - Land is More Important than Spawl (LIMITS)
Councillor Lise Burcher - Chair: Community Development and Environmental Services Committee
Peter Cartwright - General Manager: Economic Development and Tourism
Lloyd Longfield - Chamber of Commerce
(Consultants who have worked on the HCBP, Mr. Jim Riddle, reps from Council of Canadians, GCL and other community groups will be present to take part.)
The evening will begin with 5 minute presentation/remarks by each panelist and will then move to a facilitated dialogue. As a community we can share information, appreciate one another’s perspectives and develop strategies to balance a strong economy with a strongly protected environment.