City of Toronto – Contingency plan

Posted on June 17, 2009

Toronto civic employee unions will be in a legal position to strike at 12:01 am Monday. City negotiators are still bargaining with the unions and want to reach a negotiated settlement.

If there is a strike the City will maintain some services, reduce others and close some services. Please look at the listings below to see how you will be affected. Please also share the information with friends and neighbours so that they can make any arrangements they need to make.

If there is a strike I will not be able to offer my constituency office in the Parkdale Library and my staff and I will not be working at City Hall. We will be checking email and telephone messages constantly and responding to your need and concerns.

I am sure you share my hope that a settlement is reached.

 

City of Toronto – Contingency Plan:

17-06-contingency-plan-backgrounder.doc

 

Roncesvalles Public Meeting – June 27th 1-4pm

Posted on June 17, 2009

Please be advised that staff will be hosting a public meeting to get advice on the detailed design elements of the Roncesvalles Reconstruction project.

Attached are the public notices, in English and Polish, that are going to be delivered to folks in the neighbourhood this week.

09-1077-polish-community-consultation-flyer_roncesvalles-ave.pdf

roncesvalles-community-consultation-notice-27-june-09.doc

Jameson Revitalization Project – Phase Two

Posted on June 17, 2009

The city of Toronto in partnership with Mural routes is going to launch phase two of the Jameson Revitalization project this weekend. Please join us at Masaryk Cowan Park and record the diversity of Jameson Ave.

For more information please see attached flyer:

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Wabash Green Feasibility Study – Final meeting

Posted on June 17, 2009

You are invited to a Public Presentation of Preferred Green Building Design Concepts for a Future Recreation Centre at 40 Wabash Avenue and a Master Plan for Sorauren Park.

Please see attached flyer:

public-consultation-flyer-june23-09.doc

Items of Interest

Posted on June 17, 2009

Parkdale Spring Fling – Saturday, June 20. There are events from 9:00 AM until 10:00 PM.

The Event Schedule is at:

http://theambler.net/PSF/Schedule_of_Events.htm.

Here are a few recent additions:

There will be a Parkdale Community Food Bank Food Drive (10:00

AM to 5:00 PM) and an All-Day Jam Session (Noon to 5:00 PM)

outside of No Frills supermarket, 1435 King St W.

Mercy Okalowe will perform a Monologue titled “My Short Skirt”

from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (every hour on the hour) at Queen St W.

& Elm Grove Ave (the South West corner).

The Rev Dr Cheri DiNovo is hosting a “We Want Electric Trains”

event in front of the Parkdale Library from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

There will be a Parking Lot Art Show from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM at

the Parkdale Library parking lot. Come and show off your work

for an hour!

If you have an event you want listed on the website, email

psf@theambler.net.

Come and discover Parkdale. See you at the Fling!

Parkdale Foodbank Fundraiser

There is an upcoming Fundraising concert for the food bank on Saturday June 27 at 8:30 P.M. at Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas Street West, South of Bloor, 416-531-6604. It will be a fantastic concert with six bands that will run from 8:30 until closing. Tickets are $16 in advance and $20 at the door.

For more information see attached flyer:

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New Plastic Bag bylaw – 5 cent charge

Plastic bags often end up where they don’t belong – on sidewalks and in landfills, waterways and even trees. When it comes to waste diversion, reducing is preferable to recycling or reusing. That’s why a new bylaw requires Toronto retailers to charge a minimum of five cents for each plastic bag provided at checkout. One way to help keep plastic out of the environment and avoid this charge is to do what many people are doing – using alternatives such as reusable bags, backpacks, bins or boxes. www.toronto.ca/5centbag

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