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.
In light of the recent discoveries in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and in solidarity and respect for Indigenous neighbours, on Canada Day I encourage all residents to take this time to reflect on our relationships — both past and present — with Indigenous Peoples, and to move forward with reconciliation in our hearts, minds and actions.
Early Friday evening as I was driving west on Cameron Street, my purse fell off the hood of my car.
Resident: I would like to lend my support to the growing concern around the substantial traffic hazard which the residents of Thorah Park Boulevard, Maple Beach Road and Cedarhurst Beach Road continue to face.
We have been following The Brock Voice reports surrounding the troubled happenings at Allan’s Place in Cannington with great interest, as Durham Region is proposing to create a 40 to 50 unit supportive housing facility in Beaverton to house people with the same disruptive characteristic as the five to seven people who are causing all types of negative havoc at Allan’s Place
I am very concerned and agonize over serious trauma and deaths due to motor vehicle accidents on area roads but I really feel it is inappropriate to have roadside memorials placed at the scene of accidents.