Motions Feasibility of Building New Town Hall by Tom Mrakas March 24, 2023 One Comment by Tom Mrakas March 24, 2023 Upcoming motion to investigate economic benefits of returning our Town Hall downtown…. Loading... Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download [44.59 KB] Share this post Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit WhatsApp Email PrevPreviousAurora’s 2022 Employment Survey NextYork Regional Council Update – Thursday, March 23, 2023Next One ResponseFurther comment – lands owner on Yonge street should address mixed use housing to support transit oriented development. This is not the best use of funds for the town. Put people in the core to revitalize not moving public uses where it’s not necessarily for revitalization.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment *Name * Email * Website ΔSubscribeIf you’d like to keep in touch with the Mayor and receive updates, please add your e-mail. Email Subscribe Recent Posts Eliminating Minimum Parking Requirements May 27, 2023 No Comments Upcoming motion to eliminate minimum parking requirements, and that any new residential development within the Aurora Promenade and Major Transit Station Area require auto share and bike share programs… Read More » Council Update – May 23, 2023 May 26, 2023 No Comments This week at Council, I presented a motion for Council’s consideration to create a proposed bylaw for piloting urban mobility vehicles on our Town roads, pending provincial legislation. I am pleased to say that the motion passed unanimously. This decision Read More » York Region will not take Aurora to the OLT May 21, 2023 No Comments This past week, Regional Council established an important precedent in the ongoing discussion regarding the development of a men’s transitional housing shelter in the Town of Aurora. I am pleased to say that, on a majority vote, York Region Council Read More »
Further comment – lands owner on Yonge street should address mixed use housing to support transit oriented development. This is not the best use of funds for the town. Put people in the core to revitalize not moving public uses where it’s not necessarily for revitalization.