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Kanata Timeline History 1993 (part 3 of 3)

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1993 (part 3 of 3) September 3, 1993 It was reported that Kanata was one of the Ottawa-Carleton region’s “hot spots” for growth and that the city needed more schools to deal with the increasing population. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 3, 1993:1. September 3, 1993 The Kanata Lasers Atom Division team brought home a gold medal from a Granby, Quebec soccer tournament. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 3, 1993:19. September 10, 1993 Figures were released showing that the intersection of Hazeldean and Eagleson Roads was tied for second place as the most accident-prone in the region. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 10, 1993:1. September 10, 1993 It was announced that Kanata City Council had finally approved a draft bow-hunting bylaw. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 10, 1993:3. September 10, 1993 The Kanata United Church welcomed its new pastor, Reverend Peter Lougheed. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 10, 1993:11. September 16, 1993 Hazeldean Mall officially opened its Community Boardroom. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 17, 1993:8. September 17, 1993 Kanata City Council announced that it planned to urge the provincial government to give Terrace Investments a $35 million loan to build the Highway 417 interchange. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 17, 1993:1. September 24, 1993 It was reported that at least five Glen Cairn residents helped lift a car that struck eight-year-old Alexandre Lemieux. He was taken by ambulance to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and was reported to be in serious condition. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Sept. 24, 1993:1. October 1, 1993 Kanata City Council set up a committee made up of members of council and March Rural residents to take a second look at a property standards bylaw that council rejected the week before. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 1, 1993:1. October 1, 1993 It was reported that Paul Anka, the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club and Terrace Corporation had announced that the issues between them had been settled. Under the settlement, Terrace bought an option to purchase Paul Anka’s interest in the Senators for $150,000. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 1, 1993:3. October 1, 1993 It was announced that Balozs Kontes, ranked sixth in Canada among Juniors at the national level in table tennis, was the main attraction at a player registration night for the Kanata Table Tennis Club. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 1, 1993:23. October 8, 1993 The City of Kanata announced that it planned to have a fully automated system in place to provide residents with the option of paying taxes on a monthly basis by October 1994. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 8, 1993:1. October 15, 1993 It was announced that Kanata’s Police Services Board member Diana Pilsworth and Mayor Merle Nicholds had both asked the board to carefully consider retaining Kanata OPP services. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 15, 1993:1. October 15, 1993 It was announced that Kanata City Council had approved an amended development charges bylaw. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 15, 1993:1. October 15, 1993 It was reported that a Melody Rattray, 30, of Kanata, had pled guilty to infanticide in the death of one of her six-month-old twin daughters. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 15, 1993:1. October 15, 1993 It was announced that the City of Kanata had decided to conduct a hotel survey to determine the type of hotel and services desired by residents. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 15, 1993:3. October 19, 1993 Kanata City Council agreed to send a message to the provincial government voicing the city’s opposition to regional policing. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 22, 1993:1. October 22, 1993 Kanata City Council approved the hiring of a consultant, to the upset limit of $15,000, to analyze the feasibility of constructing a new library at the John Mlacak Centre. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 22, 1993:1. October 22, 1993 It was reported that the province had unveiled final ward boundaries for the next municipal election, rejecting the idea of an at-large system as councillors had hoped. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 22, 1993:5. October 24, 1993 Paul Dick’s 21-year political career came to an end when Liberal Ian Murray beat him in the race for the federal seat in the Lanark-Carleton riding. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 29, 1993:1. October 29, 1993 It was announced that a 14-year-old youth had been charged with arson after a Canada Day fire on Terence Matthews Drive that caused an estimated $60,000 damage to the Holmes Heating building. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 29, 1993:3. October 29, 1993 It was reported that the Women’s HealthFit Studio at 591 March Road had officially opened. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Oct. 29, 1993:26. November 5, 1993 It was reported that the Carleton Board of Education was having difficulty enforcing new rules that prohibited smoking on school property. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 5, 1993:1. November 5, 1993 It was announced that some Emerald Meadows residents had been successful in convincing Kanata City Council to turn down a rezoning application for high density housing in Bridlewood. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 5, 1993:5. November 5, 1993 A second bingo hall opened in Kanata on the renovated second floor of the Kanata Recreation Complex on Terry Fox Drive. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 12, 1993:30. November 12, 1993 It was announced that the Mayor’s Task Force on Youth had recommended the establishment of a network of emergency housing for youth in Kanata. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 12, 1993:1. November 13, 1993 Anne Marjorie Frances Burke, 19, of Kanata, died in a car accident. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 3, 1993:5. November 19, 1993 It was announced that Kanata City Council had decided to put in $100,000 worth of culverts at the southern extension of Terry Fox Drive. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 19, 1993:1. November 19, 1993 It was reported that Melody Rattray, 31, of Kanata, had been given three years probation for drowning one of her twin daughters. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 19, 1993:1. November 25, 1993 A Kanata Police Services Board meeting was held to discuss “how to make Kanata a welcoming and open community for youth.” A number of youth said they were against drop-in centres. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 3, 1993:3. December 1, 1993 Paul Barrington, 31, of Kanata, won the second prize of $52,250.50 in the Lotto 6/49 draw. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Feb. 11, 1994:6. December 3, 1993 It was reported that Mayor Merle Nicholds, in a letter to Municipal Affairs Minister Ed Philip, had called the provincial government’s latest proposal on Ottawa-Carleton regional reform not only an insult to her integrity but to the integrity of all mayors across the province. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 3, 1993:1. December 7, 1993 Kanata City Council approved the site plans for the 84-unit Lao Village Co-op to be built on lands near Emerald Meadows in Bridlewood. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 10, 1993:1. December 10, 1993 Five Kanata-area residents, all realtors, were honoured by the Ontario Provincial Police for their involvement in stopping a suspected armed robbery. Their suspicions surrounding two men sitting in a car led to two arrests and jail terms. Kanata residents Lesya Dunsmoor and Denise Grodzki, Stittsville’s Sal Nardone, Richmond’s Peggy McCallum, and Ottawa’s Grant Scharf were all awarded Commissioner’s Citations. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 10, 1993:9. December 14, 1993 The province announced that it was pulling the regional reform bill from the items to be voted on before Christmas. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 21, 1993:1. December 17, 1993 It was announced that Urbandale Corporation and the Ministry of Natural Resources were at odds over a wetland area slated for development in Bridlewood. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 17, 1993:1. December 17, 1993 Residents voiced concerns with the planned user-pay garbage scheme in Kanata. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 17, 1993:5. December 17, 1993 The Carleton Board of Education announced that it wanted the public’s help in deciding cuts during its 1994 budget deliberations. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 17, 1993:6. December 19, 1993 It was reported that officials were continuing to investigate a suspected dumping of oil into a Beaverbrook creek off Teron Road. Kanata Kourier-Standard, Dec. 31, 1993:1.



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