35 Wabash Ave

Posted on August 11, 2015

Councillor Perks Office has been advised through City Planning staff that a Re-Zoning and Site Plan approval application has been filed for 35 Wabash Avenue.

The information filed with the city will be available on-line at http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApplications/associatedApplicationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3792517&isCofASearch=false, under Supporting Documentation.

Councillor Perks has a regular practice of requesting that developers meet with community members to review the developers intentions and community comments prior to submitting a development application. The developer can then amend their proposal prior to their formal submission to the city. This practice has been well received and has helped to shape development in Ward 14.

This developer met with the community in January, 2014. They have now submitted an application that proposes a 4-storey low-rise apartment building containing 62 dwelling units, 7,059 square metres of residential gross floor area and 65 vehicle parking spaces in one underground level.

City Planning staff are reviewing the application. A preliminary report on the zoning by-law amendment application will be submitted to Community Council in the near future.

There will be a statutory community meeting held once the city review takes place which will include an opportunity for community input. City Planning staff and Councillor Perks Office will provide details on this meeting once information is available.

Councillor Perks Office
416-392-7919
councillor_perks@toronto.ca

Kid's Passes for 2015 CNE

Posted on August 11, 2015

via Robin Pilkey

If your child (aged 5 to 13 years) did NOT receive a Kid’s Pass to the 2015 Canadian National Exhibition at school this year, please email: community@thex.com and the CNE will email you a PDF version of the pass. The CNE will need to make note of your child’s name, their school’s name, the name of their School Board & the first three characters of your home postal code.

Personal information collected will be used to track the Kid’s Passes issued, and will not be used for any other purpose.

One (1) barcoded Kid’s Pass will be issued per (1) child. The Kid’s Pass will admit the child into the CNE for free.

Please note that children 4 and under get into the CNE for FREE; they don’t need a pass.

Regards,
Robin

Kid’s Passes for 2015 CNE

Posted on August 11, 2015

via Robin Pilkey

If your child (aged 5 to 13 years) did NOT receive a Kid’s Pass to the 2015 Canadian National Exhibition at school this year, please email: community@thex.com and the CNE will email you a PDF version of the pass. The CNE will need to make note of your child’s name, their school’s name, the name of their School Board & the first three characters of your home postal code.

Personal information collected will be used to track the Kid’s Passes issued, and will not be used for any other purpose.

One (1) barcoded Kid’s Pass will be issued per (1) child. The Kid’s Pass will admit the child into the CNE for free.

Please note that children 4 and under get into the CNE for FREE; they don’t need a pass.

Regards,
Robin

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