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No Oakville council vote yet on Glen Abbey
27 September 2017
Meeting continues tonight (Sept. 27) starting at 6 p.m.
An Oakville special Planning and Development Council meeting that may determine the fate of the town’s famous Glen Abbey Golf Course has yet to reach its conclusion.
Oakville Mayor Rob Burton brought the meeting to an end Tuesday evening (Sept. 26) after three hours and 13 delegations.
The meeting will resume tonight (Sept. 27) at 6 p.m. at Oakville Town Hall.
ClubLink applies to demolish golf course
25 September 2017
Council going ahead with meeting next day on development application
ClubLink, the company that owns Glen Abbey Golf Course, announced today (Monday, Sept. 25) that it has filed an application to demolish the site.
In a letter sent to the Town, ClubLink lawyer Mark Flowers said ClubLink “will be proceeding with an application to the Town under section 34 of the Ontario Heritage Act to remove the golf course and demolish all buildings on the lands other than those that are proposed to be retained under ClubLink’s redevelopment proposal.
The RayDor Estate House, which is currently leased to Golf Canada for its offices, the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Stables would be spared.
Milton bids to host Canadian Open
29 August 2017
Glen Abbey is currently scheduled to host the 2018 Canadian Open...
At its Monday night meeting, Milton council unanimously endorsed a redesigned Rattlesnake Point Golf Club that will become the permanent home for the Canadian Open within the next five years.
It requires that the lands be included in a preferred growth area for consideration through the Regional Official Plan Review, currently underway.
It requires an urban boundary expansion to include lands extending north of Britannia Road.
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