The Town’s Traffic and Safety Committee, composed primarily of residents from the Town, meets to discuss issues relating to public safety (including, but not limited to, traffic concerns). Please note: any matters specific to traffic concerns (e.g. speed bumps, street signs, parking, directional change) must be submitted in writing to the attention of Lieutenant Demetrios Georgiou (Public Security) , at Town Hall. Lieutenant Georgiou will, thereafter, where necessary, submit his recommendations to the TSC and the TSC will submit its final recommendation (if any) to Town Council for decision. Any other public safety matters (e.g. theft, graffiti, CPR) should also be sent in writing to the attention of Lieutenant Georgiou. This process will allow us to thoughtfully consider all concerns raised or proposals submitted by residents.
The committee is chaired by Councillor Elizabeth Ulin. Current volunteer community members are:
The Montreal West Environmental Action Committee is a standing advisory committee of Council. It is invested in making the town a more sustainable and environmentally friendly community. The committee was set up with the understanding that towns and citizens need to come together in order to work as responsible actors in lieu of the rapid decline of our global ecology. Through education, action, and policy change, it is committed to making Montreal West a greener neighbourhood. Some of the specific issues dealt with by the committee include: waste management, recycling, composting, pesticide use, energy conservation, and Meadowbrook preservation.
The Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) is entrusted with the review of all building projects subject to the Town’s Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (SPAIP); the projects concerned are, among others, those that aim to modify the exterior appearance of any building within the Town’s boundaries. The PAC formulates recommendations that are transferred to the Town Council for approval.
In addition, the PAC also reviews minor exemption requests and proposed amendments to the various urban planning by-laws. The Town Council may also, at its discretion, give other mandates to the Committee.
The PAC meets once a month. Please note that there are no meetings in July.
The committee is chaired by Julie Tasker-Brown. Current members are:
- Michel Aubé - Sabina Kuepper - George Kfouri
- Marie Dugué - Gem Silver - Sybil McKenna
- Colleen Feeney - Jan Davis - Shayan Shafei
- Pierre Brideau
2017 Planning Advisory Dates
PAC Scheduled Meetings
Deadline for submission of
|January 25||11 January|
|February 8||January 25|
|February 22||February 8|
|March 8||February 22|
|March 22||March 8|
|April 5||March 22|
|April 19||April 5|
|May 10||April 19|
|May 24||May 10|
|June 7||May 24|
|June 21||June 7|
|August 9||July 26|
|August 23||August 9|
|August 30||August 16|
|September 13||August 30|
|October 11||September 27|
|October 25||October 11|
|November 8||October 25|
|November 29||November 8|
|December 13||November 29
The Pension Plan Committee is responsible for the general administration of the Pension Plan for Montreal West employees and for ensuring that the provisions of the relevant laws and of the Pension Plan are applied. The committee is responsible for disseminating information regarding the terms and conditions of the plan, amendments and the annual statement plan to employees, members, spouses or beneficiaries as prescribed under the Supplemental Pension Plans Act.
Members of the Pension Plan Committee include:
The Committee holds at least two regular meetings per year and may have additional special meetings at its discretion. In addition, all active and inactive Plan members are invited by written notice to the Annual General Meeting.