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Let's Get Pulling Together in Kennedale Ravine

There are a number of invasive weeds that are starting to take over in Kennedale and Hermitage
Ravines. Left alone these plants will destroy native plants and change the ecosystem for ever. Himalayan
Balsam is extremely invasive to moist natural areas and is quickly spreading through the ravine. After
dying back in the fall it leaves the river bank bare, thus increasing erosion in the winter. Himalayan
Balsam has a shallow root system which makes it easy to pull.
Community Weed pulls provides an excellent opportunity for people to get outdoors, learn about invasive
plants and control the spread of these destructive plants.

Ways you can get involved!
1. Join the weed pull on Saturday July 12, 10 am – 2:00 pm Meet at Hermitage Park at the north end
by the entrance to the dog park. (2115 Hermitage Road) Weather permitting. The event will be
rescheduled to Sunday July 13, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm if cancelled due to bad weather on Saturday.
2. Get a few friends, neighbours or colleagues together and plan your own weed pulling event. Call
Don Slobinyk at 780-944-5438 cell 780-910-0276 to make arrangements. Don can provide training to
identify invasive weeds, supply garbage bags, and arrange to pick up the bags when you are done.
3. Spread the word to friends, neighbours and colleagues.
For more information please contact Don at the number above or by email. Don.slobinyk@edmonton.ca



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    Application to rezone some land just off 153 avenue


CITY OF EDMONTON COMMUNITY SERVICES

BOX 2359

EDMONTON AB T5J 2R7

DPC22

Dear Sir / Madam:

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

EBBERS, Bylaws: 16835 and 16836

Location: 14504 Fort Road NW


The purpose of proposed Bylaw 16835 is to amend Bylaw 14079 the Ebbers Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan (NASP), as shown on the attached sketch. The approved Ebbers NASP currently designates the proposed plan amendment area for Medium Density Residential uses. The proposed amendment will marginally increase the amount of Low Density Residential uses, as well as slightly increase the Commercial uses in the northwest portion of the neighbourhood. An associated rezoning application under Bylaw 16836 to rezone the subject lands from (RSL) Residential Small Lot Zone and (RA7) Low Rise Apartment Zone to (RF4) Semi-detached Residential Zone and (CSC) Commercial Shopping Centre Zone accompanies this application.

The purpose of proposed Bylaw 16836 is to change the Zoning Bylaw from (RSL) residential small lot zone and (RA7) low rise apartment zone to (RF4) semi-detached residential zone and (CSC) commercial shopping centre zone; portions of NE-25-53-24-4, as shown on the attached sketch. These zones provide for the opportunity to develop semi-detached residential housing and and commercial shopping centres. Uses within such shopping complexes may also include residential, office, entertainment and cultural uses. An associated amendment under Bylaw 16235 to redesignate the subject lands from Medium Density Residential uses to Low Density Residential uses and Commercial uses in the northwest portion of the neighbourhood accompanies this application.

City Council will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed bylaws on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber, 2nd floor, City Hall. You are invited to attend the Public Hearing to express your views or listen to the deliberations.

You may view the proposed bylaws and accompanying report at www.edmonton.ca/meetings. Select

City Council Agenda and then the meeting date. You may also visit the offices listed below, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can watch ail City Council and Committee meetings live via streaming video at www.edmonton.ca/meetings.f; ;

Sustainable Development Office of the City Clerk

5th Floor, 10250 - 101 Street NW 3rd Floor, City Hall

Edmonton, Alberta #1 Sir Winston Churchill Square

T5J 3P4 Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7

DPC22

The Sustainable Development Department supports these proposed bylaws. If you have questions about the bylaws, please call the Bylaw Amendment Office at 780-496-6194.

If you wish to speak at the Public Hearing, please complete the Request to Speak form at www.edmonton.ca/meeting. You may also register to speak by calling the Office of the City Clerk at 780-496-8178. To designate someone to speak on your behalf, please provide them with a written permission form which includes their name, the item they will be speaking on, your name and signature.

You may send your comments to the address provided below, by e-mail to city.clerk@edmonton.ca or by fax to 780-496-8175. All written submissions will be available for public viewing at the Public Hearing and at the office
of the city clerk.




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Youth Club at JD Bracco Jr. High

Youth Club at JD Bracco Jr. High Fridays 4 to 8 pm, ages 12 to 17, FREE.


2013/2014 MEMBERSHIPS

The new 2013/2014 community memberships are now available. $25 for individual or family and $20 for seniors. Contract Jamie at 780-237-8865 to purchase. Free swim with times available weekly for members. Click here for more information.


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CLAREVIEW RECREATION CENTRE & LIBRARY

Playground/Spay Park

Committee Selection

We are now at the stage which we nominate volunteers from the community to sit as Committee members for the building of the playground and spray deck.

If this is a position you wish to devote some of your time and talents to please come out to our Annual General Meeting and put your name forward.

This committee will start meeting in the near future to begin the strategic planning of the site and begin following the steps necessary to move forward quickly.

NO PREVIOUS SKILLS REQUIRED. Bring existing skills or be mentored during the process.

Clareview and District Area Council is a volunteer board. We are representatives of the 7 Clareview Community Leagues, which are Bannerman, Evergreen, Fraser, Hairsine, Homesteader, Horse Hill and South Clareview.

Angie Eleniak, President

cdacpresident@live.ca




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