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CHCH interviews Mayor Burton
15 January 2018
Annual 'Meet the Mayor' interview
Bob Cowan of CHCH TV interviews Mayor Rob Burton about the year ahead in Oakville.
Bob asks Mayor Burton about his decision to run for re-election, his opposition to the development of the Glen Abbey golf course, the Province's decision to put a marijuana store in Oakville, housing affordability, why Mayor Burton says growth is the #1 issue, and the trend in home prices.
Town designates Glen Abbey Golf Course as Heritage
21 December 2017
Town of Oakville designates Glen Abbey Golf Course under Ontario Heritage Act
Oakville’s Glen Abbey Golf Course has been designated a property of cultural heritage value or interest under the Ontario Heritage Act.
Town councillors voted unanimously in favour of the designation Wednesday, Dec. 20 during a specially convened meeting.
The decision drew applause from around 40 members of the public who were present including members of the Save Glen Abbey Coalition.
There has been considerable interest in the future of the golf course property at 1333 Dorval Dr., ever since owner ClubLink announced plans to build 3,222 residential units, including nine nine-to-12 storey apartment buildings at the site.
Way cleared to save Glen Abbey heritage
19 December 2017
Oakville council holding special meeting on Glen Abbey Wednesday
The Town of Oakville will hold a special council meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 20 to consider the designation of the Glen Abbey Golf Course under the Ontario Heritage Act.
During the Monday, Dec. 18 council meeting Oakville Mayor Rob Burton announced that Pacific Life Insurance Company had withdrawn its objection to the Town’s Notice of Intention to Designate the 1333 Dorval Dr., property.
With no other official objections received this clears the way for the Town to move toward designating the property.
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