RECAP: Staff Lays Out the Potential Future for York/Elizabeth

The Ward has seen lot of changes over the years and decades, but the City of Guelph is looking towards at least one more change in the years to come. On Thursday night, City planning staff hosted a virtual town hall to give residents a run down about all the work that they’ve done so far with the new land use plan for this complicated area in Ward 1, and are inviting people to offer feedback for at least one more week. Continue reading “RECAP: Staff Lays Out the Potential Future for York/Elizabeth”

GUELPH POLITICAST #118 – Mapping the Ward, An Update

The Ward. It’s so ubiquitous to the city that you don’t even need to identify it by its full name. It’s just the Ward. In the (not literal) shadow of downtown, the Ward is one of the oldest parts of Guelph, and it’s seen a lot of changes over the decades, but perhaps none so pronounced as what’s happening now. The question: might there be some resentment about that from long-time residents? Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #118 – Mapping the Ward, An Update”