Tag Archive | public consultation

Should the Local Environment Action Fund (LEAF) continue?

Should the Local Environment Action Fund (LEAF) continue?

Updated June 23 Or is there a better way to spend the money & help the environment? As reported by the Waterloo Region Record in January, City of Kitchener staff recommended ending the Local Environment Action Fund and using the remainder of the funds  “removing and replacing street trees killed by the emerald ash borer […]

Creating great places in the Central Transit Corridor

Creating great places in the Central Transit Corridor

On Saturday night, I went on a Jane’s Walk with about 60 other people that examined four spaces in downtown Kitchener to determine if they were successful public spaces. Only Victoria Park was considered a success. The Centre in the Square area was considered a success but that was later reconsidered due to lack of […]

Specific ideas for the future of downtown Kitchener

What you want in downtown Kitchener. Be specific. The City of Kitchener is developing a new plan for the downtown core. They are looking for input into what we want to see that will make it a vibrant place where we’ll spend more time. They are looking for detailed ideas because there is a huge […]

Get informed about rapid transit and make your voice heard

Updated: February 28, 12:45 p.m. Buses? Trains? Buses and trains? Just build more roads? A recent report by the Region of Waterloo presents 11 options related to rapid transit. We now have a much clearer picture of the alternatives and their financial implications so that we can determine which one best contributes to a better […]