In 2014, the Ontario Municipal Board approved a 24-storey building at 2376 Dundas St. West The applicant is now proposing to add an additional 3 storeys, increase the permitted gross floor area and revise the layout of interior areas.
This proposal for an additional 3-storeys requires a Committee of Adjustment Minor variance and a Site Plan application approval.
The Minor Variance request will be heard at Committee of Adjustment on December 2nd, 2020. Community members have an opportunity to comment on the application at the virtual Committee of Adjustment hearing. The Public Notice, with details on how to view and/or participate, is available attached below. Note that the deadline for comments is no later than 4:30 pm on Wednesday, November 25, 2020.
Details on the Site Plan application are available on the City’s Application Information centre at http://app.toronto.ca/AIC/index.do . City staff are reviewing the changes proposed. Carla Tsang is the City Planner responsible for this file. She can be reached at Carla.firstname.lastname@example.org .Public Hearing Notice
Through its PollinateTO grants program, the City funds pollinator habitat creation projects that educate and engage the community.
Up to $5,000 per project is available.
Are you interested in gardening and protecting pollinators? Would you like to:
- Create pollinator gardens or rain gardens in your neighbourhood or at your school?
- Enhance or expand existing gardens with native pollinator-friendly plants?
If you answered yes to any of the above, please apply to PollinateTO for funding to support your idea!
All resident-led groups are encouraged to apply. More information is available on the City website.
The deadline to apply is January 8, 2021.
On Monday, at the Board of Health we discussed the resurgence of COVID-19. While we have made tremendous sacrifices to protect our most vulnerable, cases are increasing.
We voted on several motions to prepare our City with the tools needed to fight through this together.
We called on our federal and provincial governments to provide increased resources and supports for COVID testing, self-isolation facilities and health and social services. We have also urged them to prioritize highly impacted and disadvantaged communities as well as patient care staff when the vaccine becomes available.
I am also deeply concerned with the way the Province has been making decisions in secret and have called upon them to immediately implement a fully transparent process of receiving public health advice as well as making public the advice provided by the Chief Medical Officer of Health and the Ontario Cabinet.
Details on this item are available on our website – http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2020.HL23.1
Please continue reaching out to my office at email@example.com to share your thoughts on how to build better, together.