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Brantford to host Mohawk Lake District information meeting

City of BrantfordBrantford to host Mohawk Lake District information meeting

City of Brantford will be hosting an information meeting for residents and businesses to learn more about the Mohawk Lake District project on Thursday, January 26, 2023.

The meeting will take place at the Brantford and District Civic Centre Auditorium and will begin with a presentation at 6 p.m. where staff and involved organizations will share the latest updates. Attendees will have the opportunity to share feedback and ask questions.

This meeting is intended to ensure residents and businesses are updated about the implementation of the Mohawk Lake District Plan, which was approved by Council in November 2020.

Everyone is welcome to attend and participating is easier than ever. There is the option to attend in-person, participate virtually through Zoom or watch the meeting live on the City of Brantford’s Neighbourhood Planning Meetings YouTube page.

Topics covered during the meeting will include: an Official Plan amendment required to implement the approved Mohawk Lake District Plan, the purpose of a draft plan of subdivision process, the status of the Mohawk Lake and Mohawk Canal rehabilitation projects, potential new housing, and the proposals of local community organizations to relocate to the Mohawk Lake District.

For more information about this project and meeting, please visit www.Brantford.ca/MohawkLakeDistrict.

About the Mohawk Lake District Area

The City of Brantford’s Mohawk Lake District is located in the southeast part of Brantford and includes Mohawk Park, Mohawk Canal, and the 50-acre property that was home to the former Massey Ferguson and Cockshutt Plow farm equipment factories. The City’s goal is to bring new activities and land uses to this area to create an exciting destination for people to visit, explore and celebrate festivals and events. Learn more at www.Brantford.ca/MohawkLakeDistrict.

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