Byron Linear Park Tree Relocation

17 04 2018

From Councillor Jeff Leiper:

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Greetings,

As you may be aware, extensive planning is underway to extend light rail further south, east and west as part of the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project.

In previous Stage 2 LRT public consultations regarding Byron Linear Park, there was community interest and a commitment to relocate trees impacted by construction between Cleary Avenue and Lincoln Fields.

As the ground begins to thaw, I am excited to announce that we will be relocating transplantable trees from Byron Linear Park later this spring. Our target relocation areas are parks situated in the affected communities and upon request in the front yard of eligible private properties.

If you are interested in receiving a tree, please email Stage2@ottawa.ca and provide the following information:
• Name
• Phone Number
• Address
The deadline to submit a request is April 22, 2018. Please note, trees will be provided on a first come, first eligible, first served basis. For more information, please see the Byron Linear Park Tree Relocation Frequently Asked Questions found on stage2lrt.ca/resources.

I encourage you to pass this information on to your respective community members. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact either stage2@ottawa.ca or my office.
Cordially,

Jeff Leiper
City Councillor
Kitchissippi Ward 15
City of Ottawa
110 Laurier Ave. W
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
Jeff.leiper@ottawa.ca

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