3 Things from the 75 Dublin Street Meeting

Tuesday’s meeting at City Council about the new old proposed development of 75 Dublin Street North left almost everyone involved with a sense of deja vu, but it also likely left observers with a few lingering questions. Let’s consider the big three… Continue reading “3 Things from the 75 Dublin Street Meeting”

City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the November 13 Meeting?

Sandwiched between big budget meetings, the regular monthly planning meeting for this month will be relatively light with one new manual for council’s consideration and one rezoning bylaw to review. Continue reading “City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the November 13 Meeting?”

GUELPH POLITICAST #94 – The Chairs of Guelph’s School Boards

It’s the last days of August, which also means that it’s the official end of summer. If you’re a student anyway. This time next week, students of all ages will back at class, making new friends, learning stuff, and begrudging that their summertime freedom was taken away from them just when they were getting the hang of it. So who do we blame for this madness? Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #94 – The Chairs of Guelph’s School Boards”

The Majority Opinion Seems to be Against 75 Dublin Development

At council Monday night there will be a final decision about the proposed apartment building to be constructed at 75 Dublin St. N. The process has been very controversial with the speed at which it’s been done, the effect on the heritage landscape, and the placement immediately next to Central School all being considerations. Public reaction seems negative for the most part, but there are three groups in particular that might tip the balance against the development’s approval. Continue reading “The Majority Opinion Seems to be Against 75 Dublin Development”