Update #3 from Gord

September 13, 2019

At our Information Session in Newcastle on Thursday, September 12th, over 250 people attended making it standing room only in the packed hall. Everyone was reminded that Rezoning Clarington is a volunteer group of local land owners who came together to inform and help other property owners understand how the zoning designations were changed and […]

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Video Clip – ‎Dream Home Nightmare

September 13, 2019

Clarington is not the only Ontario municipality dealing with rezoning ‎changes relating to environmental protection. Earlier this month, the Ottawa Citizen and National Post published this story: Ottawa couple spends $700,000 on dream home, but wetlands freeze leaves them high and dry. (Watch video below) 

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Update #2 from Gord Robinson

August 29, 2019

Rezoning Clarington has been active in meeting with property owners, Municipal Councillors, Clarington’s Planning Department and the Region of Durham’s Chair. We have been monitoring announcements from the Province, particularly the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks’ letter to Conservation Authorities in which he states: These changes will give greater control to individual municipalities […]

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Rezoning Clarington in the news!

August 26, 2019

ClaringtonPromoter.ca (June 2019) Former Clarington Councillor Gord Robinson, now Chairman of the Durham Landowners Association issued a statement expressing his group`s displeasure following a meeting between Clarington property owners and Clarington Planning Staff. The meeting was held on Thursday May 16, 2019. “Clarington property owners should be concerned that tens of thousands of acres in […]

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Update from Gord Robinson

August 12, 2019

Rezoning Clarington held a successful town hall meeting on July 31st. Thank you to all who joined us in Tyrone. Concerned property owners filled the hall and appreciated the information session.   The Councillors and Municipal staff who were in attendance witnessed the audiences’ frustration with the proposed expansion of Environmentally Protected lands on their […]

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