The primary purpose of this letter is to voice the Concerned Citizens of Sunderland’s strong opposition to the proposed relocation of Sunderland’s parkland and recreational facilities received from Miller Planning Services on behalf of David MacInnis.
It continues to be a concern with the amount of speeding that continues throughout Beaverton. But it is even more concerning about the excessive speed on King Street in front of the public school, and the area where children and people walk.
We are writing to the Township to propose a stop sign on Albert Street South and Rennie Street or a speed bump on both sides of the school to slow the traffic down on the street.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of a tragic vehicle accident that has resulted in the sudden loss of a member of our Brock HS community and has resulted in other individuals from the surrounding community sustaining injuries.
And it would appear the Region of Durham just keeps the hits coming at Brock.
On behalf of the council for the Township of Brock, we wish to acknowledge receipt of the correspondence sent from your office on October 6, 2021 and wish to take the time to thank you for your interest in the discussion to date.
The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) understands that on November 23, 2020, the Council of the Township of Brock (the council) passed Interim Control Bylaw 2994-2020 to “prohibit the establishment of Supportive Housing and Modular Construction, including Manufactured Dwelling Houses” in an effort to suspend a supportive housing project in Beaverton.
As an individual, concerned and frustrated resident of Beaverton (Bvtn) I am once again contacting you all regarding Durham Region’s (DR) proposal for a large supportive housing project in our town and to put real facts on the public record once again for ongoing reference by all.
So the Region of Durham has filed court papers against the Township of Brock while we try negotiating with them about the Beaverton supportive housing issue.
I do not know who you are or whether you are even on here but maybe someone knows who you are. Our dog, Storm, was admitted to Beaverton Crossroads in an emergency surgery to save her life. We didn’t have the funds needed but the vet allowed us to pay what we can now then pay the rest later.