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May 25, 2012

You are Welcome to Attend the


FIRST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

UPTON FARM TRUST INC.

MAY 31, 2012 AT 7:00 p.m.

at the

West Royalty Community Centre

The Upton Room

Lower Malpeque Road


The transfer of the land from the Government to the Upton Farm Trust has now been completed and the farm has been designated as a Natural Area under the Natural Areas Protection Act.  The full NAPA document can be seen at uptonfarm.wordpress.com,  or http://www.uptonfarmlands.com.

Future plans include off-leash dog park location and enhancement of the property with hedgerows, tree planting and other plans. Consultant, Tina Beers, will lead a discussion as part of the meeting, for the purpose of gathering ideas and input, as we look to the future.

We hope you will familiarize yourself with the NAPA agreement, as we are asking for your thoughts and ideas to make this green space the best it can be and for the enjoyment for everyone.

Agenda:
1. Welcome
2. Chairman’s Report and Questions
3. Treasurer’s Report and Questions
4. Discussion on Future Plans
6. Other business
7. Adjournment

PS. There will be opportunities before and after the meeting to purchase memberships in the Upton Farm Trust Inc. at an annual fee of $10.00 per person.

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May 24, 2012
UPTON FARM TRUST INC
 1st Annual General Meeting
   Thursday May 31, 2012 at 7 p.m.
          at the Upton Room, West Royalty Community Centre
        Everyone is welcome

Charlottetown, The Guardian: Local News | Capital city squeezed out but still in control of Upton Farm planning

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Charlottetown, The Guardian: Local News | Capital city squeezed out but still in control of Upton Farm planning

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April 19, 2007

*The website has been updated with the “good news” story that the PEI Legislature supported a motion tabled by Liberal MLA Ron McKinley to ask the Government of Canada to put an 18-month moratorium on development of the Upton Farmlands. HOWEVER, folks, this is ONLY a moratorium, not a final decision to save the land as greenspace. Please keep up your support. Please continue to send letters to politicians and the media; to spread the word to your friends and neighbours; and ask your local candidates running in the provincial election where he or she stands on the issue.