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♦  Significant notifications & newsworthy events that impact the Village

♦  “Hot Button” issues such as streets, sewers, sidewalks, water safety & other Infrastructure

♦  Development of all types in the Village with appropriate links to the City and other websites.

National Energy Board

Applied to the National Energy Board seeking participant status re Energy East Oil Pipeline application. Hoping to be heard ….!

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CAIVAN Developments Welcomed

Mr. Frank Cairo, Caivan Developments, was welcomed to Richmond as the newest developer in Richmond.  Mr. Cairo addressed the general meeting of the RVA updating participants on the status of the development and answering questions with respect to development charges, potential impacts on traffic, potential impacts on wells,

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Pipeline NEB Application

Application has now been filed with the National Energy Board for consideration of the Energy East Oil Pipeline project.  The application can be located on the NEB website and consists of 30,000 pages.  It is known as Folder 2543426 which may be located by clicking the highlighted link.   General information

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RVA/City/CAIVAN – OMB Agreement

Caivan, City of Ottawa and Richmond Village Association Reach Agreement at OMB Hearing The Ontario Municipal Board Chair, Mr. R. Makuch has granted draft plan approval (with conditions) and zoning approval for Richmond Village (North) Ltd & Richmond Village (South) Ltd.  (the CAIVAN companies) to proceed with

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CAIVAN Predicts no impact on wells

Mr. Frank Cairo of Caivan Developments, one of the developers of the Western Development lands, kindly provided the attached letter from Golder Associates outlining their professional opinion regarding impacts on private wells during or after the proposed development of the Western Development Lands.  We quote: “The minor groundwater lowering

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