Concerned Sunderland Citizens Oppose Proposed Land Swap • The Brock Voice
The primary ppurpose of this letter is to express the CWorried citizSunderland ens‘s strong opposition to the to proposedisplacement of Sunderland‘sparkearth and Dcreation installations received by Miller Planning Services on behaif of Davidd MacInnis.
Sunderland‘s existing centralwell located Park Haher rich history and is a will to the foresight of numerous generations of vscommunity planners. The vital geographical position of lush green space and leisure facilities to bring innumerable social, economic, and environmental advantages for residents and screwsalike.
Expand on the economic aspect, this land oneD the land surrounding the park has huge value and Based on this reality, this Region will Carry on attract developers who mainly put profit before people. Thereore, this letter aalso offersAre Brock cadvice to start the process to create a documented pact that further away protects this to parkearth now and in the future.
Most residents are available Fight for our existing green space and leisure facilities, corn it would be even more meaningful if our elected officials took the necessary steps for implement protect now to avoid power games bthere are few who could affect numerous.
Finally, we ask Brock’s advice To publicly open the land north of our existing park ewas awarded to our community under Concerned Citizens of Sunderland‘s efforts of the Ontario Municipal Board and the Planning Appeal Tribunal.
Ownership of this additional green space has already been transferred to Brock Canton and in addition to providing a formidable New space out for nature walks, it would be to reassuree the people of Sunderland who our elected officials representatives appreciate importance of this Park too much.
To thank you for the attention you pay to this important issue.
Jay Yerema Weafer
The Concerned Citithe zens of Sunderland