[City of Calgary notice] Approved. See: http://www.calgary.ca/PDA/DBA/Documents/development_permit_public_notices/2013/development-permit-public-notice-december19.pdf?noredirect=1 [sent by ECA Planning to City Planning on December 3, 2013] The Erlton Community Association’s comment is attached. Erlton comment on DP2013-4408 at 40 – 27th Avenue SW _sing… ————— [sent by ECA Planning to neighbours on November 29, 2013] Attached is the site plan, a streetscape view, and […]
Monthly archives for December, 2013
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A Word from Gian-Carlo Dear Ward 9 Neighbours, I am overjoyed to be heading into the Holiday Season after a period of significant toil that began with helping Ward 9 dig out from the flood, extending through a campaign that was fraught with big questions regarding the path we want our City to take into […]
With Christmas and the holidays just around the corner, we want to make sure you know about two special programs that you can take advantage of. Free Christmas Light Offer from ENMAX ENMAX helped light up our community by offering free Christmas lights to Erlton residents on Saturday, December 14 from 2pm-4pm in the community. Residents […]
Over the summer months we conducted an operation targeting bike thieves in the downtown core and Beltline community. These areas witnessed an increase in bike thefts following the June floods. As a result of the operation, we seized over 50 bikes and laid charges against 17 people. We have an additional 250 bikes in our […]
Update from Gian-Carlo Carra In talking with and receiving emails from scores of Erltonians, there seem to be tremendous amounts of misinformation circulating about the Anthem Development site’s proposed land use changes and its associated Area Redevelopment Plan amendments. Concerns that there are major changes being requested by the applicant are simply wrong. As I […]
Residents have 24 hours after the snow has stopped falling to remove snow or ice from public sidewalks and pathways. Learn more about bylaws related to snow and ice. For other snow-related information from the City, please see: http://www.calgary.ca/General/Pages/Snow-and-ice.aspx?redirect=/snow To report a violation, call 311 or log a ticket through the 311 site.