High Park Zoo Petition

Posted on November 30, 2013

RESTORE FUNDING TO THE HIGH PARK ZOO

The residents of Toronto have proven they wish to keep the High Park Zoo open. They have donated the full
amount to operate the zoo since July 2012. We, the undersigned, demand that Toronto City Council reinstate
the full operating costs of the High Park Zoo, approximately 9 cents per household, into the City’s 2014 Budget.

Please see the attached petition that you can share with your neighbours, here.

High Park Zoo Petition

Posted on November 30, 2013

RESTORE FUNDING TO THE HIGH PARK ZOO

The residents of Toronto have proven they wish to keep the High Park Zoo open. They have donated the full
amount to operate the zoo since July 2012. We, the undersigned, demand that Toronto City Council reinstate
the full operating costs of the High Park Zoo, approximately 9 cents per household, into the City’s 2014 Budget.

Please see the attached petition that you can share with your neighbours, here.

Notes from last night's community meeting: Tim Hortons

Posted on November 29, 2013

Last night’s meeting at St. Casimir’s Church included representatives from Tim Hortons’, the franchisees of the new location, and residents of the Roncesvalles Community.

The Tim Hortons at 175 Roncesvalles has a tentative opening of December 19th. The hours of operation will be 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM. The site has hired locally with 35 employees and provides seating for up to 18 costumers. There will not be a drive-through at this location.

The Director of Operations for Tim Hortons provided an overview of Tim Hortons’ work with local communities such as breakfast clubs and local sports team sponsorships.

Community members had the opportunity to voice their concerns about the affect on the neighbourhood such as hours of operation, traffic, delivery times.

Tim Hortons has agreed to follow-up with residents around:

Litter Bins
Sign Design
Lighting
Outdoor Beautification
Garbage and Storage
Vent noise and appearance
Garbage Pick-up (When and How)
Hours of operation
Delivery and Parking
Patio

 

Tim Hortons will be providing more information on these items before they open and have agreed to a follow-up meeting after the New Year.

Notes from last night’s community meeting: Tim Hortons

Posted on November 29, 2013

Last night’s meeting at St. Casimir’s Church included representatives from Tim Hortons’, the franchisees of the new location, and residents of the Roncesvalles Community.

The Tim Hortons at 175 Roncesvalles has a tentative opening of December 19th. The hours of operation will be 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM. The site has hired locally with 35 employees and provides seating for up to 18 costumers. There will not be a drive-through at this location.

The Director of Operations for Tim Hortons provided an overview of Tim Hortons’ work with local communities such as breakfast clubs and local sports team sponsorships.

Community members had the opportunity to voice their concerns about the affect on the neighbourhood such as hours of operation, traffic, delivery times.

Tim Hortons has agreed to follow-up with residents around:

Litter Bins
Sign Design
Lighting
Outdoor Beautification
Garbage and Storage
Vent noise and appearance
Garbage Pick-up (When and How)
Hours of operation
Delivery and Parking
Patio

 

Tim Hortons will be providing more information on these items before they open and have agreed to a follow-up meeting after the New Year.

A reminder from 11 Division

Posted on November 29, 2013

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Toronto Police 11 Division remind residents to remain informed via:

 

Twitter: Follow 11 Division on Twitter @SuptLennoxat11, @inspectord11, @PC3791 and @PCMCcarthy_8677

 

Facebook: Follow 11 Division-Toronto Police Service, Peter Lennox, Egidio Roseto, Russ Golding

 

11 Division web page – http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d11/

 

Residents are also encouraged to sign up for community alerts at

https://secure.torontopolice.on.ca/tpsml/

 

Most importantly Toronto Police remind residents to report crimes. If it is an emergency, call 911. If it is a non-emergency, call 416-808-2222.

You can report a crime anonymously, please contact Crimestoppers at 416-222 TIPS (8477).

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