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Although his home may be expropriated and demolished by the Ministere de Transport du Quebec (MTQ) to make way for the new Turcot Interchange, John De Castell has decided to run again for City Council in Westmount.  Technically, you must have an address in Westmount to run and hold office…

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Take note that two new documents, prepared by the MTQ, have recently been posted to the BAPE website, relevant to the Turcot:

1. “Rectifications” or clarifications of fact, directed to BAPE commissioners, on errors, misconceptions or clarifications to issues raised by groups and residents in briefs submitted to the BAPE. There are four (see here DA76, DA77, DA79 and DA80): the first two are short, the third one is longer, addressing about 20 briefs, and the last one is longer, about 35 pages, addressing about 34 briefs.

2. A mass-transit (additional bus) mitigation plan to maintain circulation during and after construction of the new Turcot.

BAPElogoThe second phase of the BAPE evironmental hearings begins Monday, June 15 at 7:00pm.  This phase lasts all week long with presentations starting each day at 1:00 pm (Friday starting at 10:00 am) .  It is the only opportunity for the public to contribute their thoughts on the developer’s curent proposal.  The venue is the CRCS St. Zotique in St-Henri at 75 Sir George Etienne Cartier.

  • Lundi le 15 juin à 9h : Rendez-vous au Palais de Justice
  • Lundi le 15 juin à 10:30h: Conférence de Press: RESO Richardson bur. 6509
  • Lundi le 15 juin à 14h: Presentation de Prof. Pierre Gautier CRCS St-Zotique
  • Lundi le 15 juin à 18h : GRAND RASSEMBLEMENT CITOYENS devant CRCS St-Zotique
  • Lundi le 15 juin à 19h : Ouverture de la 2e partie des audiences publiques gymnase de CRCS St-Zotique.

For a detailed list of the presenters throughout the week check here.