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Applications from residents of Toronto are being accepted to serve on the Board of Directors of the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC).
Seven Board positions are being considered at this time. Other members of the Board include the Mayor’s designate, 3 other City Councillors and 2 tenants. Board members will be expected to attend monthly board meetings and serve on committees of the Board.
The Toronto Police Service invites all community members to provide your comments on:From a community perspective, what do you think is the most important issue that the Service should address as a Priority?Four public forums are scheduled:
Scarborough Civic Centre 150 Borough Drive, Council ChambersMonday April 11 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Etobicoke Civic Centre 399 The West Mall, Council ChambersWednesday April 13 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 308/309Tuesday April 12 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm
North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street Council ChambersWednesday April 27 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm
If you would like to participate in this discussion, but are unable to attend a scheduled consultation, you are encouraged to share your thoughts on the major challenges facing the Toronto Police Service over the next three years by visiting the Have Your Say section of the Toronto Police website at www.torontopolice.on.ca.
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You are welcome to join in celebrating this community accomplishment!
There will be special guests, healthy treats, prizes, fun activities, etc.
Friday April 29th, 2011
12 :00 – 2:00 pm
PARKDALE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
1229 QUEEN ST. WEST
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Toronto residents can now apply for child care services online or through 311
The City of Toronto’s Children’s Services division now offers two new options for parents to apply for a child care subsidy or space within a municipal child care centre. They can either apply online at http://www.toronto.ca/children or call 311, and both options are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Completing an application takes only about 10 minutes. Applicants are encouraged to verify what documentation and information is required before completing either form to ensure a faster process. The list of required information, instructions on how to fill out the applications and information on Toronto Children’s Services’ programs and services are available online at http://www.toronto.ca/children or by calling 311. The 311 customer service line can provide service in more than 180 languages.
There will be a celebration of the life of Sweet Thrills Candy Man: Ok-Nam Yang:
On Saturday April 16th from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m at the Revue Theatre (400 Roncesvalles Avenue)
All are welcome to give the community, especially our children, an opportunity to show appreciation to Ok-Nam’s widow Jenny and their 3 kids, of our Roncesvalles ‘Candy Man’ and what he meant to this neighbourhood.
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Please note that the applicant of Kanji Sushi, 1346 Queen St West, has requested and received an adjournment from the AGCO of the hearing scheduled for April 1st, 2011. This adjournment was requested by the applicant to give him more time to try resolving community concerns. If any submission to the AGCO regarding a concern with this application remains, the AGCO will schedule a new hearing date.
Here is letter from the AGCO for your information.
Change to way entry prohibitions to streets during specific time periods
Transportation Services submitted the above noted reports to Toronto and East York Community Council meeting on Tuesday March 22nd, 2011. As a result of changes to Provincial enabling legislation, the way entry prohibitions to streets during specific time periods must be signed has changed.
The first attachment contains two photos: a “before” and “after” view. Figure 1 shows the “existing” signage that will be changed. Figure 2 illustrates what the new signing arrangement will be. The second attachment is a drawing that schematically illustrates the change.
As the reports noted, these changes are technical in nature to achieve compliance with the underlying legislation, and result in absolutely no change to the actual operations at the various locations.
Queen Street West to Close Avenue
Start Date: May 2011* End Date: September 2011
*Timeline subject to change due to unforeseen events. Content is accurate and current at time of printing.
This year from May to September, the City of Toronto Technical Services and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) will undertake major construction work on King Street West from just south/east of the Queen/King/Roncesvalles intersection to Close Avenue.
The work will include: reconstruction of the streetcar track, road reconstruction/resurfacing, traffic signals, some curb and sidewalk work and streetscape (e.g. construction of path through the park, benches etc.)
Work is scheduled to begin just south/east of the Queen/King/Roncesvalles intersection and proceed south/east to Close Avenue.
Traffic and Parking Restrictions
During heavy construction, restrictions will be imposed to turning, parking and driving lanes within and slightly beyond the work area.
One eastbound lane will be maintained from Queen Street West to Close Avenue during the TTC track reconstruction phase; the westbound lane will be reinstated as quickly as possible thereafter.
No parking will be permitted in the active work zones.
Continued Pedestrian Access
Pedestrian access to businesses and walkways will be maintained at all times during construction.
Work will generally run from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday to Friday, and from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday. However, the TTC track reconstruction phase of this project will involve periods of late evening and overnight work and extended weekend hours. The overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving rail into position, rail installation and rail welding / grinding. After-hours work by TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete the project as quickly as possible.
TTC Transit Service
During the construction, changes will be made to streetcar service on King Street West. Details of the changes will be provided in a future notice to the community, and will be posted at transit stops along the route in advance of the service changes.
Note: More detailed transit information will be provided prior to work beginning in May 2011.
For more information about this project, please contact:
City of Toronto Project Engineer
|Diego Sinagoga – TTC track related work
TTC Community Liaison Representative
Both the City and TTC web sites will be updated with additional information nearing the start of construction:
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