On May 31, FCA-FAC submitted comments on the City’s second discussion paper on review of R4 Zoning. The review has been going on for the past eight months and it has become evident that addressing issues in R4 zones will have implications for all residential zones in the City. No official announcement has yet been […]
Letters and submissions sent or received
Following a decision of the member associations, the president of the FCA-FAC has written to the mayor and councillors expressing concern with the results of the OMB appeal of the Official Plan. The president has sent the following letter on our behalf.
In response to the motion adopted at the general meeting of December 10, 2015, the FCA-FAC has received the following communications from Councillor El-Chantiry and Chief Bordeleau.
At the December general meeting of the Federation of Citizens’ Associations (FCA), representatives adopted the following motion: “that the FCA write to the mayor, members of the Ottawa Police Services Board, and chief of Police to ask that they help make publicly available comprehensive crime statistics at the neighbourhood-level.” DM151210 The President sent letters to […]
Decisions taken at the November 2 General Meeting directed the Executive of the FCA-FAC to make representations to city officials concerning Ottawa’s response to the refugee crisis in the Middle-east. The following documents indicate what has been accomplished thus far. The presentations to city officials were supported by this short power-point.
Representatives from the FCA-FAC executive made a presentation to the Transportation Committee of Council. Their speaking notes, along with a compendium of written questions submitted by FCA members to the Transport in Transition panelists from our AGM, are included below. See also the letter of support based on motion passed at September meeting that was […]
The Federation adds its voice to the many communities dismayed or apprehensive of the proposal to give preference to developers in working with city planning
The FCA, in conjunction with many member associations, has written to Mayor Watson and the Ottawa City Councillors requesting that them to get engaged in the process of determining the location of the community mailboxes and ensure they are made aware of any future cost implications to the city.
CA has written to the Premier with copies to local members of the Legislature, opposition party leaders and the Mayor of Ottawa calling for an end to corporate and union donations to municipal election campaigns.