Save Griffintown!


The deadline for action is today – Speak up! by ajkandy
April 28, 2008, 8:01 am
Filed under: city council, consultations, griffintown, voting

Kinalaya

 

Montreal City Council votes tonight on approving the PPU that allows Devimco’s project to go forward.

If you can be there today, you’ll need to get to City Hall by 4:30pm to register to ask questions, then return at 6:30 to get your speaking order number before the session starts at 7pm.

If you can’t be there today, express your dissatisfaction with the process by calling or emailing your city councillor. It only takes a few minutes and it means a lot. (PLEASE — be polite when doing so.)

Currently, we are urging them to not approve the current PPU, and to extend public consultation on the project to allow for appropriate time for citizens and organizations to examine the revised project that was announced this week by the City and Devimco. The word of the day is “What’s the rush?”

You can find out who represents you on city council by using this page at the City’s website. Just choose “Conseiller de la Ville” from the Title popup, then select your borough (Arrondissement) from the one below that. It should return the list of all the councillors that represent you.

For the Sud-Ouest borough which includes St-Henri, Little Burgundy, Griffintown, and Pointe-St-Charles, the councillors are:

Jean-Yves Cartier – email jeanyvescartier@ville.montreal.qc.ca

Line Hamel – email linehamel@ville.montreal.qc.ca

Jacqueline Montpetit (also the borough mayor) – email jacquelinemontpetit@ville.montreal.qc.ca

They share a common set of phone and fax numbers at the borough city hall: 
tel: 514 872-6814 fax: 514 872-3705

If you haven’t already done so, sign the petition, or urge your friends, family and colleagues to do so! Between electronic and paper versions we’ve got over 700 signatures and it’d be great if we could break 1000.


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