ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Friday, April 24, 2015
Carleton Golf & Yacht Clubhouse
Kick off our Community Membership Drive!
Don’t forget your $15.00 or a cheque made out to CGYHA.
Find out what’s new in your Community and how you can participate to keep our neighbourhood a safe, fun, friendly and vibrant place to live!
Pub Night immediately follows the AGM.
The slate of nominated candidates for 2015-2016 Neighbourhood Association includes:
President Eric Bill
Vice President Robert Weiss
Past President Jimmy Kim
Secretary Allison Smith
Treasurer Mike Dickey
Events Director Denae Moores
Membership Director Marv Sywyk
Communications Director / Neighbourhood Watch Lisa Geraghty
Street Rep Director Nancy Mandigo
Parks & Pathways Lynn Spraggs
As a candidate stands for each position, nominations are now closed in accordance with CGYHA Constituition (ARTICLE 4: OFFICERS Section 4)
In the interests of safety, the Carleton Golf and Yacht Club Homeowners’ Association encourages residents to “Keep It To 40 km/h” and to ask that their visitors do the same.Did you know that:
- 5 per cent of pedestrians die when struck by a vehicle at 32 km/h?
- Fatalities increase to 85 per cent at only 64 km/h?
The CGYHA receives many complaints about speeding within our community, particularly on Upton Road and Fairway Drive.
We need your help!
What Can You Do To Help?
- Keep your speed within our community to the posted 40km/h;
- Encourage your neighbours, visitors and service providers to keep it to 40km/h;
- Report speeders to the Ottawa Police Service.
There are two ways to report speeders to the OPS:
- By calling the non-emergency line at: 613-236-1222, ext. 7300
- Via online reporting: ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Online-Reporting.asp
- make/model/colour of car
- any identifying features (company logo, personalized licence plate)
- licence plate # (or partial)
- any details about the driver (gender, colour of hair)
- date and approximate time and location, direction vehicle was travelling, noting outside what specific address, if possible.
The Manotick Village Community Association has launched a campaign to keep the speed limit to 40 km/h in the village.The impetus behind this initiative, even though the posted speed limit in the Village is currently 50 km/h, is to improve safety.