Posts Tagged ‘meadowbrook’

New e-letter for Les Amis de Meadowbrook


Les Amis de Meadowbrook is pleased to announce the launch of a new e-letter! In it you will find a wealth of news, facts and figures, as well as our recent letter to Mayor Tremblay with a legal opinion enclosed on how to rezone Meadowbrook from residential to recreational without incurring liability to the developer.

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Declaration in favour of biodiversity and greening


The highlight of the summit on biodiversity and the greening of Montreal, held on April 27 and 28 at the Gelber Centre and hosted by the Conseil Régional Environment Montréal, the City of Montreal and Health and Social Services of Québec, was Mayor Gérald Tremblay’s luncheon address and his  signing (along with twenty other local mayors and dignitaries) of the Declaration of the Island of Montreal Community in Favour of Biodiversity and Greening.

Signatories recognized six realities on the Island and hence agreed to eight actions.

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Phyllis Lambert condemns Meadowbrook development

Originally published in The Suburban, Wednesday, March 10, 2004

‘1,200 coffins’

Meadowbrook development risks lives: CCA head

by Joel Goldenberg

Lack of emergency access to a potential housing development on the Lachine portion of the Meadowbrook golf course would risk thousands of lives, architect Phyllis Lambert told a crowded public meeting on ways to preserve the 57-hectare site.

“It’s absolutely insensate (lacking sense) that there should be a proposal to build on this land,” Lambert told the audience of several hundred gathered in the former Montreal West town hall.

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