Please find attached the invite for the Design Workshop on Saturday, September 20th, 2008 starting at 1:00 p.m at the High Park Baptist Church, 9 Hewitt Avenue.
Please note the September 15 RSVP date to register for the workshop. You can register by calling Corwin Cambray at 416-397-0244 or email
confirmation of your attendance to email@example.com by September 15.
A copy of the invite will be posted under the “What’s New” section on the web page for the Bloor Dundas ‘Avenue’ Study – www.toronto.ca/planning/bloordundas.htm
Please forward widely! I do hope you come out (again) to share your insight and experiences of living and working in the neighbourhood. Feel free to contact my office should you have any questions.
As many of you are aware,
Please be advised that the Jameson Avenue Reconstruction will be underway starting next week,
City Staff have been working with my office on the details of the Jameson Avenue Reconstruction over the past few months: the scope of work involved, the length of the project and my request for clear communication to the residents affected. I have posted preliminary information regarding this reconstruction on my website as soon as it has become available to my office.
The construction will involve complete closures of short segments of roadways during the watermain installation and the road reconstruction. Driveway accesses to the apartment buildings will be maintained and
Please note that pedestrian access to the waterfront will not be affected during this entire construction period.
I am also pleased to announce that the sidewalks will also be re-done and, thanks to my office, a new exciting community art project will be incorporated to revitalize the
Please also find attached an alternate route map to use during construction. Feel free to share this map with neighbours and friends.
I will post any updated information about the reconstruction on my website.
Thank you for your patience during this time and I look forward to seeing the improvement to this gateway into the vibrant community of Parkdale.
Please be advised that in mid September, the courts will be closed for renovations.
The courts will be closed for approximately four weeks.
Sign By-law Project Summary
The new Sign By-law will recognize
The Sign By-law Project will seek to create regulations for the future rather than harmonize regulations from the past.
New technologies such as digital projection and other electronic signs, as well as the wide spread use of vinyl materials creates a challenge. A thorough review of these matters will be undertaken as part of the Sign By-law project and appropriate provisions will be developed to properly regulate these new technologies and materials.