In The News
Milton Councillor Looks To Enchance Communications with Public
Recently town council heard from concerned residents on the proposals being set forth for the Derry Green business park. Although it is in the early planning stages your voices do matter and play a key part for any development that happens in the future. It is important to understand when buying a new home what is being proposed around you. These lands have been marked as growth areas for many years and have been through numerous public hearings. Read More…
For new Miltonians this may be new information so please visit the link “Before you Buy” http://www.milton.ca/en/live/resources/beforeyoubuy_nov2015.pdf and the Derry Green Business Park http://www.milton.ca/en/townhall/businesspark2.asp for all the recent information and proposals.
Proposed CN Terminal
CN Proposal: One of the biggest issues Milton is facing is the proposed logistics hub in Milton. For updated information please visit http://www.milton.ca/en/build/cn-rail-proposal.asp To see the Canada AM interview on the matter please visit http://canadaam.ctvnews.ca/ontario-town-fighting-250m-cn-rail-development-1.2289277
Sign The Petition https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Sign/e-113
In Your Neighbourhood
Fifth Line Closures:
Notice of Temporary Road Closures – Fifth Line (Main Street to Britannia Road)
Halton Region is undertaking construction of a wastewater pumping station, sanitary sewer mains, water mains and stormwater mains on Britannia Road (Regional Road 6), James Snow Parkway (Regional Road 4), Louis St. Laurent and Fifth Line. This work is required to service a new development in the vicinity of these routes. In order to accommodate this work, the following road closures will be in effect:
Fifth Line (Main Street to Derry Road) – March 28, 2016 to January 1, 2017
Fifth Line (Derry Road to Britannia Road) – March 28, 2016 to September 1, 2017
Access for local residents will be maintained at all times. For more details and contact information, please visit Halton Region’s project page.
Fighting for Rural Internet: http://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/5596847-rural-milton-residents-voice-their-frustration-with-internet-service/