Heritage, Neighbourhood Watch, dangerous intersection discussed at Fairwinds meeting

The Fairwinds Community Association held its monthly meeting December 14. The main issues of discussion included the proposal to move the big red Bradley-Craig barn on Hazeldean Road despite its heritage designation and viability for adaptive use on site (the FCA opposes the move of the barn); an update on the efforts to start a Neighbourhood Watch program in Fairwinds; and an update on the city’s review of the intersection at Huntmar Drive and Maple Grove Road.
On the subject of the intersection, the FCA has conducted a survey of residents and drafted a letter to Councillor Shad Qadri outlining the community’s concerns. Qadri said he expects to be able to provide an update in January.
If you have questions about these or other issues the FCA is involved with, check out www.fairwindscommunity.com or email info@fairwindscommunity.com

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