#stonebridgecommunityJack Stirling has asked the SCA to circulate the following message to the community:

“I have requested that the Board of The Stonebridge Community Association distribute this message to their membership through whatever resources they have.

I would like to thank everyone who put their name forward for the Stonebridge Working Group. There were over 125 residents of Stonebridge who volunteered.

After taking several factors into consideration, I believe I have selected a strong working group that will represent all interests of the Community.

The Stonebridge Working Group consists of 11 Stonebridge residents that also includes some board members of the Stonebridge Community Association:

  • Aline Gossein
  • Mike Kujawski, SCA Board member
  • James MacRae
  • Jay McLean, SCA Board member
  • Stephanie Newell, SCA Board member
  • Nicole Parent
  • Ron Reddick, SCA Board member
  • Niraj Singhal, SCA Board member
  • Karin Taylor
  • Spencer Warren
  • Brad Wright

Meetings of the Stonebridge Working Group will begin immediately, with the first meeting being held on  April 28th.

Mattamy Homes representatives that will be involved in the facilitation process are Kevin O’Shea (President, Ottawa Division) and Kevin Murphy (Vice President, Land Development, Ottawa Division). Meetings of the Stonebridge Working Group and Mattamy Homes representatives will be conducted as required.

Through this process, I intend to continue to reach out to the over 125 volunteers in conjunction with the Stonebridge Working Group, and I will work with the SCA to keep as much of the Community as up-to-date as possible”.

Jack Stirling

The Stirling Group
Development Initiatives
613-793-6255 | jack@thestirlinggroup.ca

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