On Thursday September 17th at , the final meeting of the Green Feasibility Study will be presented.
Through consultation with the Community Design Team (community members, city staff) and a series of public meetings, a preferred design scenario was developed.
The purpose of this study is to assess the technical, environmental and estimated cost to develop an innovative environmental community centre project in
The study also focused on the integration of the Community Centre building site with the existing park.
Please join me on Thursday September 17th at to see this feasibility study.
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 or have been delivered to folks in the neighbourhood. Please don’t hesitate to contact my assistant Meri , firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions. Please circulate this notice to everyone who may not have access to a computer or you feel would be interested in attending the meeting. Roncesvalles Community Consultation Flyer -POLISH
City Councillor GORD PERKS INVITES YOU TO A COMMUNITY MEETING TO DISCUSS:
the Proposed Car Wash @ 2803 Dundas Street West (at the old McBride site)
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 7 – 9 pm
Indian Road Crescent Public School
285 Indian Road Crescent (at Humberside)
Should you have any questions, please contact Meri Newton at 416-338-5178, by email at
HOSTED BY THE WEST BEND COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.thewestbend.com
Come out and
• Hear from the developer and the architect
• Talk with City Planner Chris Dunn about this proposal
• Share your thoughts on this development.
Please see attached flyer.
Over the last few years, I have been working to upgrade Allan Lamport Stadium for community use through the installation of Field Turf in 2007 and a field cover in 2008.
Support your local shops and businesses. Put your money where your house is!
Sewer mains, water mains, streetcar tracks, sidewalks—they’re all being rebuilt. You can get updates on the construction by visiting roncesvallesvillage.ca or www.twitter.com/roncesvillage
It’s a chance to build community at the same time. Support your local shopkeepers—buy locally! After the digging, dust and detours, we’ll make a great street event better!
Construction doesn’t stop things from happening on our street: the contractors are getting off
Construction doesn’t stop business from coming to
If construction doesn’t stop business from coming to