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» Milton Canadian Champion | Thursday, November 14,2019 324 ( 311 Halton --~-- a NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE #1 MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY Steeles Avenue (Regional Road 8) Transportation Corridor Improvements Tremaine Road (Regional Road 22) to Industrial Drive, Town of Milton Our File: PR-3131A Study Halton Region has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) Study for Steeles Avenue (Regional Road 8) from Tremaine Road (Regional Road 22) to Industrial Drive, in the " Town of Milton. The MCEA Study will consider a wide range of road improvement alternatives as well as intersection improvements, active transportation and overall traffic operations. The impact of road improvements on social, cultural, economic and natural environments will also be evaluated and assessed during the study. Process The study is being conducted in compliance with Schedule C of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, amended 2007, 2011 and 2015), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. A key component of the study will be consultation with interested stakeholders (public and regulatory agencies) through Public Information Centres. The first Public Information Centre has been arranged for: Thursday, November 21, 2019 Time: Drop-in etween 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Location: Milton Town Hall, Milton Room , 150 Mary Street, Milton, ON L9T 6Z5 Date: The purpose of the Public Information Centre is to review and obtain public input on the problems being addressed, background information and the alternative solutions being considered. Anyone with an interest in this study is invited to attend and participate. The map shows the approximate limits of the study area. This notice first issued November 7, 2019. Mr. Jeffrey Reid, C.E.T., LET Project Manager : Halton Region 1151 Bronte Road Oakville, ON L6M 3L1 " Phone: 905-825-6000 ext. 7920 Email: Mr. Jim Dowell, P. Eng. Project Manager WSP 610 Chartwell Road, Suite 300 Oakville, ON L6J 4A5 Phone: 905-829-6244 2 Email: Comments If you are unable to attend the Public Information Centre and would like to provide comments, please forward them by Friday, December 6, 2019 to either project tedm member. For more information on this project, please visit the project website at Halton paramedics provide care when residents need it most Halton's highly-trained paramedics help keep our community safe and healthy every day by providing urgent medical care to residents and responding to emergency situations. We are fortunate to have more than 270 paramedics operating from 12 ambulance stations throughout our region. Their hard work and dedication is an essential part of keeping Halton a safe and healthy community. To learn more about Halton Region's Paramedic Services and education programs they provide for the community, visit Meetings at Halton Region, 1151 Bronte Rd., Oakville, L6M 3L1 Visit for full schedule. Gary Carr Regional Chair 9:30 a.m. Nov 20 Regional Council oy Please contact us, as soon as possible, if you have any accessibility needs at Halton Region events or meetings. v, B NEWS Nikki Wesley/Metroland The Milton Mall and land has been purchased by Paradise Developments. MASSIVE DAYCARE PROPOSED FOR MILTON MALL BAMBANG SADEWO The new owner of Milton Mall has filed an application to build a daycare in the facility. The daycare will be part of a commercial structure to be add- ed to the east part of the mall, which fronts Nipissing Road. A preliminary drawing of the project shows that the daycare will cover an area of 11,150 square feet. In addition, there will be an outdoor play area of about 4,400 square feet. It will also feature seven parking spaces and three disabled parking spaces -- specif- ic for the daycare. A zoning bylaw amendment will be required to allow a de- crease in the minimum rear yard setback of the additional struc- ture to 10.5 metres and 1.5 metres for the outdoor play area -- as op- posed to the required 12 metres. Back in spring, the new man- agement of Milton Mall said they're hoping to make the shop- ping place "more of a communi- ty-based model" with plans to in- troduce daycare, kids' play facil- "ities and more. The proposal by Paradise Developments will be discussed at the town's commit- tee of adjustment and consent meeting on Thursday, Oct. 24. HA

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