Please find attached the decision document for
We accomplished such things as reducing the number of parking spots available to reinforce transit use and proximity to transit, shortening the mechanical penthouse from 4.2m to 3.2m to lessen the visual impact., re-negotiating the stepbacks to allow for appropriate neighbourhood views and much needed streetscape elements, incorporating green development standards, reinforcing a two storey base through materials to allow for viable commercial spaces on Bloor, putting in place a process whereby the community can participate in a design meeting with the developer, and securing funds for capital improvements in the neighbourhood.
I want to say that this was not an easy process, however we did accomplish many of the items that were outlined in the community meeting for this development in July of this year. We have also outlined a number of conditions to ensure that the developer follows through on this revised proposal.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office or Kevin Edwards, City Planning at 416-392-1306 or by email at email@example.com
Please find attached notes for the
The next meeting will be held in the New Year, I will be posting this information as soon as it becomes available. If you have any questions, please contact Senior Planner Corwin Cambray at 416-397-0244 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
After over a year of working on and collaborating with community members, the Western Waterfront Master Plan is set to make is public appearance. The meeting is set for:
St Joe’s Health Centre, 30 The Queensway Avenue
Please see attached notice.
This project will provide an opportunity to create a meaningful and positive relationship with our waterfront. The plan includes increasing our parks space by an incredible 28+ acres, creating one swimmable beach (with the potential for 2 more), and create additional access to the waterfront for local residents.
The WWMP represents an opportunity to change the way we currently view our waterfront. I hope to see you at the meeting and to share my excitement for the complex and dynamic plan.
I want to thank everyone who made this year’s light exchange an successful and exciting event, including all those who came by to visit us and exchange their lights.
Starting December 9th, residents can add plastic grocery and retail bags and foam polystyrene packaging to their recycling.
Plastic grocery and retail bags without drawstrings, metal detailing or hard plastic handles are accepted. Remove receipts. Place all plastic bags in one grocery or retail bag and tie handles together. The following bags are not included: dry cleaning, milk (outer and inner), produce, bread, sandwich and plastic food wrap.
Foam polystyrene packaging includes foam protective packaging, foam meat trays, foam takeout food containers, foam plates, foam egg cartons and foam coffee cups. All food residue must be removed. Packing chips (e.g., “peanuts”) are not accepted in the Blue Bin.
Residents will be informed through a newspaper advertising campaign in daily, community and ethnic papers (see samples in the attached PDFs). Mall and transit shelter posters will be displayed across the city throughout the month of December. Information is also posted on: www.toronto.ca/recycle