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Mayor’s Millennial Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes – Nov. 2021

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The Mayor’s Millennial Advisory Committee held its last meeting for 2021 on Nov. 17.

Items on the agenda included discussion around the committees views on the Major Transit Station Areas (MTSAs), thoughts on the Waterfront hotel redevelopment proposal and the issue of lack of lighting in parks at night.

Please see the link below for the minutes from the Nov. 17 meeting:

The committee member’s are reviewing many different opportunities to provide feedback on a number of city items, including the City of Burlington’s Housing Strategy and the Draft Rural Active Transportation plan.

Meetings will resume in 2022, please keep an eye on burlington.ca/calendar for upcoming meeting dates or email mayor@burlington.ca if you’re interested in attending.

The Mayor’s Millennial Advisory Committee is open to any ‘Burlennials’ who want to know what’s going on in the city and looking for ways to provide their input. Let us know what you’re looking for from in your city!

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*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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