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Share your Input at Upcoming Bylaw Reviews – 2019 Dates

The City of Toronto is reviewing the following bylaws and wants your feedback!

 

1. Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw Review

February 28, 2019, 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, Committee Room 3

The aim of the review is to discuss potential improvements to the Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw to ensure that clothing drop boxes remain safe and maintained.

More information:

http://ow.ly/SqGe30nItzE

 

2. Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres Bylaw Review

March 4 – March 19, 2019

The aim of the review is to update the licensing bylaw to promote public health and safety, as well as effective oversight and enforcement. There will be four public consultations and five stakeholder meetings.

More information:

http://ow.ly/zPdw30nGZC8

 

3. Vehicle-For Hire Bylaw Review

March 4 – March 19, 2019

The aim of the review is to discuss potential updates to the bylaw for taxicabs, limousines and private transportation companies, such as Facedrive, Lyft and Uber.  There will be nine public consultations, each focused on a specific area of the bylaw. Topics to be discussed include accessibility, vehicle equipment and public safety.

More information:

toronto.ca/vehicleforhirereview

 

There are a number of ways you can be involved and help shape policy. Visit the consultation websites for more details on how you can:

 

•        Attend public consultations

•        Submit written feedback

•        Subscribe to email updates

 

Feedback from these consultations will be used to inform reviews of these bylaws. Reports on these reviews are expected to go to City Council in the second quarter of 2019.

 

CALL TO ACTION – New Plan for Midtown needs your help

SERRA Area Residents … CALL TO ACTION!! Whether condo, apartment or low-rise residents, all of us have been watching in horror the never-ending development and construction in the Yonge & Eglinton area … some 21,000 new apartments/condos. Now development is spreading to Davisville and along our main streets of Bayview, Yonge and Mount Pleasant. We are all worried about subway overcrowding, schools overcapacity, loss of green space, lack of community amenities such as affordable daycare and … Read moreCALL TO ACTION – New Plan for Midtown needs your help

Community Consultations: Laneway Suites (May 1, 6, 16 & 27, 2019 – Various Locations)

  In August 2018, as part of the Changing Lanes initiative, City Council approved Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments to allow the construction of laneway suites in the Toronto and East York District. The City is now considering expanding these permissions to additional areas across the City.   Information on Laneway Suites, including previous City reports and the laneway suites Zoning By-law, are available here.   What is a Laneway Suite? A Laneway Suite is … Read moreCommunity Consultations: Laneway Suites (May 1, 6, 16 & 27, 2019 – Various Locations)

Save The Date for our SERRA AGM – Tuesday April 30, 2019

We will be holding our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday April 30th, 2019 at Greenwood College School, 443 Mt. Pleasant Rd.,Toronto. Please join us.   To view both pages of this flyer, please click here.    

Share your Input at Upcoming Bylaw Reviews – 2019 Dates

The City of Toronto is reviewing the following bylaws and wants your feedback!   1. Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw Review February 28, 2019, 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, Committee Room 3 The aim of the review is to discuss potential improvements to the Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw to ensure that clothing drop boxes remain safe and maintained. More information: http://ow.ly/SqGe30nItzE   2. Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres Bylaw Review March 4 – … Read moreShare your Input at Upcoming Bylaw Reviews – 2019 Dates