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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Why join us for our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, January 20th? FIVE REASONS Reason #1: We choose RENEWAL! Reason #2: We want to share some important news with you. Reason #3: Jaye Robinson and Josh Matlow. Reason #4: Hear about what we have accomplished since the last Annual General Meeting. Reason #5: We’d love to hear from you. REGISTER NOW Here is the registration link for the Annual General Meeting … CLICK … Read more
SERRA’s Annual General Meeting is coming up, and we hope to ‘see’ you there! DID YOU KNOW: When SERRA was formed over 50 years ago, it was the “South Eglinton Ratepayers’ Association?”. Eventually, a second ‘R’ was added to the acronym to include ‘Residents.’ As we come through another unprecedented year, and look ahead to our continually evolving neighbourhood, we want the name of our residents’ association to resonate in 2022. So please join us on … Read more
This application proposes to amend City of Toronto Zoning By-law to permit a 23-storey (72.6 metre) high residential building with a 7-storey base building that measures 23.1 metres in height. The proposal contains a total of 128 dwelling units and a total gross floor area of 9,073 square metres, resulting in a density of 16.58 times the lot area. A total of 37 vehicular parking spaces are proposed in two levels of underground parking. City … Read more
A new Midtown Town Centre vision for the Canada Square site at Yonge and Eglinton has been developed by the Midtown Working Group and endorsed by Midtown Councillors Josh Matlow, Mike Colle and Jaye Robinson. This vision is a once-in-a-century legacy city-building opportunity on City-owned land, for what will soon be the second most significant transit hub – right in the middle of Toronto. The Town Centre will provide sorely needed education, childcare, affordable housing, … Read more