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SAVE the REGENT THEATRE – Community Meeting on January 22, 2018

The Regent Theatre on Mount Pleasant is for sale and there is concern about the future of this historic building. Councillor Josh Matlow is hosting a community meeting on January 22 to explore some creative options to preserve this iconic site. Please come and help Save the Regent Theatre. Together we can make a difference.

Click here to read the CBC Toronto news article from January 22, 2018

 

Public Consultation Meeting – 18 Brownlow (January 17, 2018)

January 19, 2018 Update:

Thanks to everyone who came out to the public consultation meeting.

Read the South Bayview Bulldog article by clicking here.

Note: This revised application is for 174-188 Soudan Ave and 71-73 Redpath Ave.

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18 BROWNLOW DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC MEETING

We need your voice. Your opinion counts!

There’s a new proposal – ONE HUGE TOWER OF 24 STOREYS!

City planning wants COMMUNITY input

Date: Wednesday January 17, 2018, Time: 6:30 PM, Location: BEST WESTERN HOTEL, (808 Mt Pleasant Rd, north of Eglinton)

We want:

ONE TOWER, BUT MAX 14 STOREYS (PER NEW CITY PLANNING RULES + TO SET PRECEDENT FOR A NEW 25 STOREY TOWER NEXT BLOCK)

NO DEALS LIKE HEIGHT for other CONCESSIONS

(11 LILLIAN DEVELOPMENT SACRIFICED HEIGHT FOR A GREEN STRIP)

NO FUTURE APPLICATION for a 2ND TOWER on this SOUDAN BLOCK

Tower SETBACK at Redpath of 12.8 metres MAINTAINED (to create a green, open space at the corner of Redpath/Soudan)

Minimum 5 metres separation between 83 REDPATH TOWNHOMES & DEVELOPMENT (garage)

Please plan on attending this very important meeting.

CBC’s Workin’ Moms visit ABC Academy in Davisville Village

The cast of CBC’s Workin’ Moms took their act to Davisville Village at ABC Academy (1432 Bayview Ave.) on Tuesday, Jan. 9.

According to a media alert by Alina Duviner | Principal, ALINA PUBLICITY “Catherine Reitman (Kate), Dani Kind (Anne), and Sarah McVie (Val) are launching season 2 of the series (which premieres Tuesday night at 930pm on CBC) with a stop at ABC-Davisville Village to show some love to some Toronto moms and dads!”

Photo courtesy Charles Iscove, SERRA Webmaster.

 

Response to NAV CANADA by the Toronto Aviation Noise Group (T.A.N.G.) Dec 22, 2017

Many thanks to the Toronto Aviation Noise group for providing this update and for their work on behalf of residents in Davisville Village, South Eglinton and the larger Midtown area.

Please visit the Toronto Aviation Noise Group’s website for an details regarding the outcome of the Community Environment and Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting, which took place on December 6, 2017.

Members of the T.A.N.G. board are planning on meeting with federal MPs in our the Midtown area to ensure that they are well aware of the situation seek for their assistance.

Helios Report: T.A.N.G.s has responded to NAV CANADA’s response (to the Helios report).  Details can be found on the T.A.N.G website

On the website , you will also see:

The original Helios’ report

NAV CANADA’s response to the the Helios report

Residents’ Air Noise Group of Oakville’s (RANGO’s) response to the the Helios report

 The GTAA presented it’s 5 year Noise Management Action Plan (at the December 6, 2017 Community Environment and Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting)Click here to read the document:  GTAA’s 2017-2037 Noise Management Action Plan

To see the video or to access the materials from the Dec 6th meeting click here (then either click on the video or any of the links in the additional materials section.

T.A.N.G. will also be submitting a response to the plan.

It appears that we are not the only ones with an issue with the GTAA. Read about it in recent news reports here in this Dec 16, 2017 article from the star.com: Mississauga Cries Foul, Votes to Halt Negotiations with Airport Authority

Community Environment & Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting on December 6, 2017.

A notice from The Toronto Aviation Noise Group T.A.N.G.

This is to let you know that NAV CANADA has responded to Helios’ September 18, 2017 report. Helios’ report is the result of their year long Independent Toronto Airspace Review which investigated ways to mitigate Toronto Pearson aircraft noise. http://www.torontoairspacereview.ca/

This is NAV CANADA’s response http://www.navcanada.ca/EN/about-us/Documents/Response_Independent_Airspace_Review-EN.pdf

We are working on a response to NAV CANADA’s document and hope to have it ready before the next Toronto Pearson Community Environment & Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting on December 6, 2017.

We urge you to attend the CENAC meeting in person but if you can’t it will be livestreamed. To register to attend the meeting or for livestream https://www.torontopearson.com/en/cenacpastagendasandminutes/#

The meeting will be from 6:30-8:30pm at the Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport (Windsor Hall), 6257 Airport Road. Parking tickets will be validated.

Thank you for your continued support.

Toronto Aviation Noise Group (T.A.N.G.)