The Village des Tanneries is a small neighbourhood tucked next to the Turcot Interchange. This area has undergone many changes in the past few years, and many more changes to come.
So much so that a Citizen’s committee formed in the neighbourhood a couple of years ago. To find out more visit their website at http://www.freewebs.com/villagedestanneries/index.htm.
The citizen’s committee (CCVT) will be having their next meeting this Monday.
Location: Welcome Hall Mission. 4755 Acorn street, 2nd floor. Map.
Date and Time: October 1st. 18:30pm.
Please R.S.V.P. if you can. email@example.com
At issue lately is the Transport Quebec’s plans for the Turcot Interchange. Transport Quebec has plans to build a ramp through the north side of the Cazelais street. Transport Quebec is holding a public information session this tuesday to present their plans for the Tanneries and other parts of St-Henri. The Transport Quebec plans will affect many folk in the Tanneries area and in St-Henri…so this is an important meeting to attend.
Meeting: Transport Quebec Public Information Meeting
Location: CRCS. 75 Square Sir-George-Etienne-Cartier. Corner of St. Ambroise.
Date and Time: Wednesday October 3rd 19:00.