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Community Meeting – Concerning a new school building for Davisville Public School & Spectrum Alternative School

Construction Notice – The Art Shoppe / 2131 Yonge St. – Spring & Summer 2017

The following is a construction notice regarding continued lane and sidewalk closures along Hillsdale Ave. East and update on activities thru the summer months.

To read to notice please click on this link: 2131Y Construction Notice No. 4 (Freed) 19-May-2017

Midtown In Focus Open House – Saturday June 3, 2017

Plan to attend this City of Toronto workshop to help shape the future of our Midtown Toronto.

The Yonge-Eglinton area has experienced significant growth and change in the last decade. The City is developing a plan – Midtown in Focus – to ensure the ingredients of a livable community are in place in the near term and long term, including parks and public spaces, great old and new buildings, community services and facilities, and transportation and servicing infrastructure.

We need your input. On Saturday, June 3rd, City staff will be hosting an open house and workshops as part of Midtown in Focus.  At the open house, City staff will present the findings and emerging directions of the study and ask for your feedback in preparation for a new plan for Midtown.

Doors will open at 9:30 a.m.  Information stations and staff will be available throughout the day.  Workshop sessions (10:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:00-1:00 p.m.) will focus on built form and public realm priorities in different character areas across Midtown.

 

Future of TTC Bus Barns – Town Hall Meeting – Wednesday June 7, 2017 – 7p.m. at North Toronto Collegiate

Sold-out crowd for SERRA’s 2017 AGM

More than 150 interested people crowded into the Greenwood College School on May 8 for SERRA’s annual meeting. This year’s AGM, with its theme “Take Back Our Neighbourhood,” featured guest speakers Councillor Josh Matlow and Senior Planning Director Gregg Lintern, who updated residents on the state of play in the very busy Davisville Village. This year, we added to the very successful information booths introduced at the 2016 AGM. Among them were booths featuring City Planner Paul Farish and Midtown in Focus, LEAF, heritage, Davisville Village Greenways (DVG), developments such as the one proposed for 18 Brownlow/200 Soudan, T.A.N.G., tall homes, and so much more. Many thanks to Greenwood College School Principal Allan Hardy and his fine staff for hosting our group.

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