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The work of the FCA-FAC is conducted in several different venues. The most common place where decisions are made are the nine monthly meetings from September to May and the annual general meeting in June where all member organizations are invited to participate. At these meetings, issues are discussed, motions voted on and direction given for the organization to act. Much of the work is conducted by committees established to work on specific topics. The most active of these is the Planning and Zoning Committee which is currently involved with consultations on Infill 1 and Infill 2. The executive, which meets monthly, establishes the agenda for the general meetings, sets priorities for the organization and executes the decisions made by the members.

Resources

Housing

At the January 22, 2020 meeting, the FCA hosted 4 panelists to discuss housing issues. Fran Klodawsky kicked off the event by explaining why advocates

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Safety / Emergency Preparedness

Community Safety and Well-Being Plan The Emergency and Protective Service department has started the developed of a Community Safety and Well-Being Plan. This new piece

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Hosting Candidate Meetings

On March 15, 2018 an FCA-FAC workshop was held on “Organizing all candidates meetings”. The presentation for the workshop, prepared by FCA Vice-President Alex Cullen

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Issue Forum – Spot Zoning

Its opponents say that spot zoning should not be permitted. that developers factor it in when negotiating land prices. Others say it allows the city

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Our Members

From Cumberland to Kinburn, Lowertown to Osgoode — rural, urban and suburban communities new and old, are being shaped and reshaped as the city continues

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