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Community Bulletin #1 – The Roehampton Residence and 55 – 65 Broadway (Temporary Shelters)

From: Roehampton Residence <clc.roehampton.residence@gmail.com>
Date: August 11, 2020 at 7:44:27 PM EDT

Hello,

This is the first issue in a series of Bulletins intended to share key information and updates about the sites based on the frequently raised community comments, questions, and concerns that have been shared via project email, voicemail, and the online feedback form at Toronto.ca/PhysicalDistancingShelters.

 

Follow-up Community Bulletins will provide more information and project-related details based on community submissions, and we encourage you to continue sharing your feedback with us.

If you’d like to sign up to receive the Bulletins and/or share your questions, comments, and/or feedback, please reply to this e-mail clc.roehampton.residence@gmail.com  or contact us through the mechanisms listed below:

 

Send us an email to: clc.roehampton.residence@gmail.com
Leave us a voicemail at: 416-479-0243; or
Fill out the feedback form on the project website at:Toronto.ca/PhysicalDistancingShelters

 

Matthew & Yulia
Swerhun Inc. – Facilitation team supporting community engagement for the shelter at the Roehampton Hotel
416-479-0243

 

To read the full Community Bulletin # 1, please click on the following link: 

Community Bulletin 1 – The Roehampton Residence and 55-65 Broadway

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