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Millcroft Greens Hosting In-Person, By-Appointment Open House Sept. 10 to Discuss Application with Public

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Millcroft Greens sent out a public notice for an in-person, by-appointment open house they are hosting on Sept. 10. Click the link or see below for more details.


Millcroft Greens is hosting an informal open to discuss the details of their application. The goal is to hear from those who were unable to attend the previously-held Public Virtual Meetings (Pre-Application or Public Statutory) and for those who have not had their specific questions answered to date. Please be advised there is limited new information available at this time as they continue to receive feedback from government agencies and all interested stakeholders.

WHERE: Millcroft Golf Club – Clubhouse, 2155 Country Club Dr.

WHEN: Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 — 12-3 p.m. & 4:30-7:30 p.m.


Email or call to book your appointment at 289-208-7543 — 20 minute time slots.


Entry by appointment only – RSVP by Sept. 3, 2021

Limit 2 people per household per appointment

Limited parking — walking encouraged, if possible

Please wear a mask and respect physical distancing

**Appointments are not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email or phone call. Millcroft Greens is committed to respecting Public Health guidelines; as such, details are subject to change. Limit 2 per household — both attendees must register for contract tracing purposes.

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

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1 thought on “Millcroft Greens Hosting In-Person, By-Appointment Open House Sept. 10 to Discuss Application with Public”

  1. Jean and Bob Tucker

    Concerned about how quickly Burlington is trying to fill the city with new development. Building too quickly will result in the loss of the beautiful city we have and trying to make it into a Metropolitan city. With having one of the largest highways running through our city we have no control of the volume of traffic both business and residential that fills out roads. Whenever something happens on this highway the entire city is at a standstill. Building huge developments along this corridor will only complicate this problem.
    The golf course is a big green space that should remain as green space. If the golf course doesn’t want to maintain the property as such it should be turned into parkland / green space.

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