We encourage feedback on any and all issues of concern to residents. Please join us at our monthly meetings to discuss issues or send an email to President@khca.on.ca. We look forward to hearing your views!

Friday, September 30, 2016

2016 Annual General Meeting

Below is the Preliminary Agenda for the October 3 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association for your information.
The AGM will be held in the Kanata Recreation Complex, 100 Charlie Rogers Place in Kanata’s Walter Baker Park. The meeting will begin at 7:30 pm.
All residents of Katimavik Hazeldean are welcome to attend.

Preliminary Agenda:
1. Adoption of the agenda
2. Adoption of the September 12, 2016 meeting minutes
3. President’s Update on concerns and Year end Review.
4. Treasurer’s Report
5. Election of Nominees to the Board of Directors
6. On-going Items
a. Construction concerns about Katimavik Road water main
b. NAV Canada flight path adjustments
c. How to report cars not stopping at stop signs
d. Role of the city in setting rules for Marijuana Grow-ops (for individual prescription) especially distances
e. Can technology identify those who do not pick up their dog’s feces just as it can for those vehicles not stopping at each stop signs
7. Secretary’s KHCA Outstanding Issues
8. New Business
9. Roundtable
Adjournment
Next Meeting: November 7, 2016

Mayor Watson's September Newsletter


Premier Wynne to be guest speaker at
Mayor's Breakfast Series


Each month I host the Mayor's Breakfast Series which is produced by the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce & the Ottawa Business Journal. Please join me:
Friday, October 14, 2016
7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., Ottawa City Hall
With Guest Speaker:
Premier Kathleen Wynne, Ontario's 25th Premier

Registration required. Click here to purchase tickets.



How your City Budget Works

As we prepare for the nation’s excitement and attention to fall upon Ottawa as the centre of celebrations for Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, it is easy to forget the complexities and fiscal discipline required to build an affordable, caring, sustainable, and prosperous city.

One of our guiding principles as a Council this past year is to find the balance between being prudent and transparent with taxpayer dollars in the present while making the necessary investments to ensure our city’s enduring prosperity.

In order to shed light on the budget process and how these decisions impact your individual property taxes, the City of Ottawa has developed new and innovative tools available in the Understanding Your City Budget section of Ottawa.ca and includes:

How your City Budget Works: A four-minute video that uses plain language and easy-to- understand graphics that describe the development of the City budget.

Get Involved in the Budget Process - The City of Ottawa’s Budget Process Made Simple: A printable info-graphic that describes the budget and consultation process and highlights when and how residents can have their say.

Budget Planning Tool - Citizen Budget Consultation: This online tool provides you with the opportunity to play the role of politician or administrator and determine what areas of City services and programs require increases, decreases or status quo funding, and gives you the opportunity to provide comments. To show the impact of your decisions, the tool will also show how your changes will affect the budget rate and your individual property taxes.

These budget tools will help you better understand how your tax dollars are spent. It’s also an opportunity to express your views on how property tax dollars will be used and to take part in the decisions City staff and Council are faced with when developing and approving the annual budget.

The 2017 simulated budget exercise is a pilot project. Although the feedback received will not directly inform the creation of the proposed budget, your feedback will be consolidated in a report and provided to Council during the budget process. The tool will remain live until the budget is tabled on November 9th, 2016.

To ensure your opinions are heard, I encourage you to attend a public consultation that will be take place from mid-September to mid-October. For a schedule of public consultations or online consultation tools, visit Ottawa.ca to have your say in Budget 2017.






Mayor in the City

Sunday, October 2 | 11 a.m.

Embrace autumn at the Old Ottawa South Community Association Fall Fest!


Windsor Park,
1 Windsor Ave. Ottawa

Sunday, Oct. 16 | 2:30 p.m.
 
Help fund food programs and
fight hunger at the
All about Food Community Walk-A-Thon!

Parkdale United Church,
429 Parkdale Ave. Ottawa





Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Preliminary Agenda Oct 3 KHCA AGM



Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association
Keeping Neighbourliness Easy

Annual General Meeting
October 3, 2016 – Preliminary Agenda
1        Adoption of the agenda
               Adoption of the September 12, 2016 meeting minutes
          President’s Update on concerns and Year end Review.
          Treasurer’s Report
          Election of Nominees to the Board of Directors
          On-going Items
a.   Construction concerns about Katimavik Road watermain 
b.   NAV Canada flight path adjustments
c.   To report any cars for not stopping at stop signs call 613-236-1222 ext 7300.    Licence plate numbers and/or other car I D number; what the driver did; any info on driver; where it was done; when - time of day - it happened; all other details about the happening you have
d.   Marijuana Grow-ops (for individual prescription) being allowed by the Fed Govt.  Even though they are allowed now, rules and control is left in the hands of local municipalities. Municipalities should draw up registration, controls and verification etc  in particular specifying distances between growing locations.
e.   Can technology  identify who do not pick up their dog’s feces just as it cab for those vehicle not stopping at each stop signs  
  Secretary’s KHCA Outstanding Issues  
  New Business 
  Roundtable
 Adjournment     Next Meeting:  November 7, 2016

DiscoverRec October, 2016



What does Fall mean to us?

With exciting things happening in our facilities, fitness
programs, performing arts and recreation programming, 
there are lots of reasons to Fall into Fun!  
A full list of 
activities across the 
City can be found 
in our online  
Recreation eGuide.

Registration is simple, with three 
easy ways to do it:
·        online
·        by phone: 613-580-2588
·        in person at a recreation 
or culture facilities 

 You can also browse programs
 by facility with:


Trick or Swim or Skate for Halloween 

Tickets on sale October 1: 10 for $10. 
Give the ghosts and goblins at your 
door a treat they will love! Purchase 
10 public swim or skate tickets for 
only $10! 
On sale, while supplies last, until 
October 31 at City of Ottawa  
Tickets are for kids 
ages 3 to 15 and are valid from 
November 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017. 

Public skating season kicks off in October

Just like walking, running or swimming, 
ice skating offers a great workout while 
being easy on the joints! Use our 
convenient search tool  to find locations 
and times in your area for public and 
family skates. Children aged 10 and 
under, as well as beginner skaters of all 
ages, are required to wear a Canadian 
Standards Association (CSA) approved 
helmet while attending City of Ottawa 
indoor public skate sessions.

We also offer skating programs, whether 
you are looking to learn to skate, or 
develop your skills such as figure 
skating, speed skating or power 
skating. 
All participants must wear 
CSA approved hockey helmets.

Parent & Child Expo 

Join us at the Parent & Child Expo at the Nepean 
Sportsplex, October 22 and 23! Learn more about 
our programs and services!

Duffer Doo is back 

Once again Duffer Doo parents 
are registering their young 
children in the upcoming Fall 
Session! With all the success 
Duffer Doo has had, we are 
looking forward to another 
exciting program.  If your children 
like playing in the sand, singing 
and painting, Duffer Doo is for 
them! Register now for  

Creative adventures available

Workshops led by professional 
artists! Inktense Workshop, 
Colour Theory and Mixing, 
Clay Handbuilding, Clay 
Wheel, Trim Your Tree 
Workshop, Advent Calendar, 
Canvas and Cocktails, Intro 
to Abstract Painting, You 
Bet You Can Act!, You 
Bet You Can Sing! 
Workshop, and 
Wine & Jazz Night. 

NVAC Fall Open House

November 5, 10 am to 3 pm 

Take in a pottery, mixed media 
or painting demo. 
Admire the talent from the 
instructor + student exhibition. 
Poke your head into a kids' studio. 
Sign up for a class. 
Light refreshments.

NCAC Black Box Theatre Studio 

The Last Polar Bears 
presented by  
Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre
A grandfather's unlikely 
trip to the Arctic with his 
opinionated dog, Roo, 
will touch and delight 
families with a hilarious 
performance on Friday, 
October 7 at 1:30 pm - 
a great PD day activity. 
Tickets are available  
online - $10 each or 
$32 for 4.

Prepare to be Ghoulish  

NCAC workshops get your 


Haunted House on the Hill: 
Billings Estate National Historic Site

Victorian Séance: