Greenbelt Review Telephone Town Hall 2016

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Greenbelt Review Telephone Town Hall 
Hosted by: The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation

Thanks for joining us for our Greenbelt Review Telephone Town Hall! We discussed everything from smart growth, to the future of agriculture, to water protection and urban river valleys. 

Stay tuned for a live recording!

If we didn't get to your question we'll get back to you personally as quickly as we can!

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Join us on January 26th, 2016 for this not-to-be-missed opportunity to participate in a live and interactive conversation on the ongoing provincial review of the Growth and Greenbelt Plans.

The Ontario government is currently reviewing the recommendations of the expert Advisory Panel tasked with reviewing Ontario's 4 major land-use plans.

To make sure you're prepared to participate in the important conversations to-come, we've invited David Crombie, the Advisory Panel Chair, to join us for a very special Telephone Town Hall! 

Join the conversation to familiarize yourself with the key issues and recommendations from the Advisory Panel's report, to pose your questions about the report to the man himself, and to get all the information you need to be part of the ongoing conversations about the Greenbelt's future. 

For more information on the Coordinated Land-Use Planning Review and a copy of the Panel's report, click here

Guest Speakers include:

  • David Crombie, Chair of the Land Use Advisory Panel 
  • Burkhard Mausberg, CEO of the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation

 

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January 26, 2016 at 7pm - 8pm
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