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Upcoming Events with Hon. Carolyn Bennett, MP

Our community is fortunate to be having the following upcoming events with Hon. Carolyn Bennett, MP for Toronto-St. Paul’s. The weekend of March 4-5th will be the Neighbourhood Check-ups and March 12th is the our St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

 

 

 

Art Shoppe Notice – upcoming road closure

Mid-March to Mid-April

Get ready for lane and sidewalk closures on Hillsdale Avenue East. Read more here

Independent Toronto Airspace Review – Public Meeting Dates

Important Announcement

This is a notification from the Toronto Airspace Review – HELIOS – listing the next meeting dates about the Toronto Airspace Review by an independent consulting company – HELIOS.

This will be one of the last public meeting dates before a final publication (late June/early July) on HELIOS recommendations to NAV CANADA, to address airspace management issues creating noise impacts to residents of Toronto. At the meetings, presentations will be made regarding the mitigation options, however more ideas are welcome as the report has not been finalised. Attendees will have this opportunity to identify and discuss more options during these public meetings.

The dates and venues for the public meetings in March are open to all residents; you may attend any of the meetings, regardless of where you live. The Saturday morning meeting is also an option for residents who are unable to attend the evening sessions in Mississauga or Oakville.

Contact: Helios, T +44 1252 451 651 http://www.askhelios.com

Wednesday 1st March
6:30pm— 8:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn, 1870 Matheson Blvd, Mississauga, L4W 0B3

Thursday 2nd March
6:30pm— 8:30pm
St. Luke’s Community Centre, 3114 Dundas St West, Oakville, L6M 4J3

Saturday 4th March
10:30am— 12:30pm
Novotel North York, 3 Park Home Avenue, North York, M2N 6L3

This notice is courtesy of Toronto Aviation Noise Group (T.A.N.G.)

Say NO to Brownlow – 18 Brownlow OMB Update Feb 2017

It’s Official!

SERRA and TSCC2120 (aka 83 Redpath and the Redpath townhomes) have now joined forces as one (strong) PARTY at the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB).

We have hired a municipal lawyer and an urban planner with extensive experience at the OMB. In fact, our lawyer recently opposed the developer on one of his other projects, in Etobicoke (no ruling from the OMB yet).

Our new “team” participated in a second pre-hearing at the OMB on Feb. 9, that ended with a good first win – the developer agreed to designate parkland on the property. The next debate will be on the location and size of the parkland (representing almost 20% of his acquired land).

As a result of the parkland designation, the developer has to submit a new design for the site by the end of Feb. We will need to comment on the revised design and amend the issues list (our concerns) that we submitted to the OMB. We will arrange a public meeting to discuss the new proposal.

Behind the scenes we have been busy with communications and fund-raising activities. We are working on a dedicated NoToBrownlow website – details to follow soon! We already have a Twitter account – @notobrownlow – and Facebook and Instagram will be on board soon.

But most important, we have been actively fund-raising. Professional lawyers and planners cost A LOT of money. A BIG THANK YOU to those who have already given to the cause. Please consider topping up your donation. For those who have yet to support NoToBrownlow, you can donate easily through the SERRA website:

http://www.southeglinton.ca/membership

(Use PayPal and write “18 Brownlow” when you sign on. PayPal also allows you to use a credit card.) Once our new website is up and running, you’ll be able to donate directly to NoToBrownlow.


JOIN THE FIGHT – SAY NO TO BROWNLOW

Out of Control Development – Read the Toronto Star series!

Our concerns are being heard!
Toronto Star City Hall reporter Jennifer Pagliaro has written a 3-part series on out-of-control development in the Yonge-Eglinton area (and other neighbourhoods).  The proposed development at 18 Brownlow is prominent.
OMB Reform | Toronto Star Feb 2017, articles:
Part One:
Part Two:
Part Three: