Full house at the April 12 public meeting on the Vieux-Verger
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Nearly eighty people came out last night to see and hear the presentation of the Vieux-Verger project. The conceptual plan, prepared by CB Architecte, a firm mandated by the Town, was explained in detail by its two representatives, Marie-Pierre Turbide and Marylou Filiatrault. Mayor Robert Benoît, Director General Pascal Smith and Director of Urban and Land-Use Planning Claude Théberge then answered the various questions raised by a very attentive audience.
“We felt that there was a real sense of listening and positive interest in the room, although there were also legitimate concerns raised,” commented the Mayor. “We wanted to make our vision clear and clarify many points. There has been some misinformation on certain subjects and we wanted everyone to be able to make up their own minds. This is a structuring and unifying project for our community. We are proud of it and we are convinced that the population of Sutton will also be very proud of it.”
In order to make all aspects of the project known, the Town is putting online today a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the project and invites all citizens to send in their comments or questions before April 19, so that we can answer them at the next public meeting on April 26.
1- Link to the recording of the April 12 public meeting on the Vieux-Verger
2- Link to the presentation of the conceptual plan by CB Architecte
3- Link to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the Vieux-Verger project
The Town thanks everyone who attended this meeting.
The next public meeting will be held on April 26 at 7 p.m.!