Please join the SVRA and Palmerston School Council to discuss school zone and area traffic and safety with the SVRA, members of the school’s Admin and school council, 14 Division and Colin Burns from Councillor Cressy’s office
When: Wednesday January 18th
Time: Open House: 6:00 – 6:30 Meeting 6:30 – 8:30pm
Location: Palmerston Ave Jr Public School, 734 Palmerston Ave – in the school library
- Brief description of purpose of meeting = 20 minutes
- Transportation & Traffic Safety (TTS) Committee organization = 10 minutes
- Break out focus group sessions = 30 minutes
- Identify 4 or 5 major priorities to present to Transportation Services = 20 minutes
- TTS Committee next steps = 10 minutes
- Dupont and Palmerston Crossing = 30 minutes from 8:15 – 8:45pm – discuss options for the crossing and to try and settle on one option.
PLEASE NOTE: we will not be discussing the Bloor St Bike lane project and the alleged impacts on Barton Ave traffic and neighbourhood parking at this meeting. Given the pilot has several months of information gathering and review to go and there exists means to input information about the lanes/impacts, it is believed further discussion is premature and there are MANY other significant neighbourhood issues and concerns to be considered.
To learn more about the pilot project, participate in the City’s online survey, obtain contact information for project lead, Jason Diceman, please visit to the City’s dedicated Bloor St Bike lane project page
SVRA Website Traffic page – most complete history: https://seatonvillage.ca/traffic-safety/
Child care will be available. Please RSVP the SVRA to indicate how many children require care
Pizza and veggies will be available for the kids in care – please indicate any food sensitivities or allergies in advance!
Hope to see you there!
So, about tonight’s “Jazz Funeral” including parade for Mirvish Village and Honest Ed’s
We are really disappointed we have to cancel the parade. We can’t risk the musicians’ fingers or their “chops” and we certainly wouldn’t want ANYONE to get hypothermia out there – as hearty, adventurous and awesomely spirited as we are
We do hope you can join us at Southern Accent for a complimentary cup of hot chocolate or apple cider on the front patio – with heaters!
Come regale Donna’s [PARA] Turkey Float with flashing lights.
And maybe, just maybe, we could have a little impromptu flash mob musical parade through Honest Ed’s? Wouldn’t THAT be naughty and nice….! Hmmmm……
You know, we may not have been able to have delivered a full on, pull out all the stops jazzy procession/parade, but the fact that almost 700 people over several Facebook sites were “Interested” is a pretty awesome show of (community) love for Mirvish Village and Honest Ed’s. “There’s no place like this place, anyplace!” and that’s for sure.
It’s supposed to be much warmer next week, so “You lucky people!” go while you still can to Markham St and to Honest Ed’s to enjoy and support the remaining businesses and restaurants while they last, you’d be nuts not to think of all the cashew save and the memories you’ll have.
Amos Shaw (another fab Seaton Villager) of The Next SuperGeek thanks again for the FAB poster!!!
You and yours are cordially invited to this fantastic community event:
Toronto’s Most Colourful Village: “Opened by Mistake. Closed by City Hall”
In Loving Memory…
Gussy up, come with friends, your family, bring an instrument to sound, make a float!
Let’s dance, sing and parade jubilantly around Honest Ed’s and through Mirvish Village, paying tribute to these unique and remarkable places and vendors that have had such impact on so many Torontonians and our neighbourhoods’ character and history. Mirvish
Village and Honest Ed’s are near and dear to so many of us and those who have benefited from them can now say a collective THANKS
Bring umbrellas, kerchiefs, boas, Mardi Gras beads and Be ready to Make Some Noise
Hey: Can you play a horn, blow a saxophone, sound a tuba? Please let us know so you can be a part of our New Orleans Style Jazz Band leading the parade!
If so, Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Amos Shaw for the amazing poster – check The Next Super Geek out!
Thanks to for the Hot Chocolate and Corn bread + Mardi Gras beads
Brought to you by Palmerston Area, Seaton Village and the Annex Residents’ Associations
Given the significant conversations the community is having about area traffic and safety, the SVRA is planning a meeting in collaboration with Palmerston School Council mid January 2017
The SVRA is attempting to learn what matters most to Seaton Villagers about life in our awesome community so that together we can adjust SVRA efforts to align with the community’s interests and priorities AND so we can do it meaningfully!
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey IF you live in Seaton Village. It’s really important the community’s voice comes through in the survey results.
So please please and RESPECTFULLY, JUST THOSE RESIDING From Bloor St north to the tracks just north of Dupont and From Bathurst (west side) to (ease side of) Christie St Fill this out and pass it along to your friends and neighbours in Seaton Village
Questions? Comments? Want to receive SVRA communications – want to be a part of the SVRA!!!! We can certainly use you and your talents/energy!
Send us a message: email@example.com
Seaton Village Pumpkin Patch is Back!!!
Please join the Seaton Village Residents’ Association SVRA and your neighbours in Vermont Square Park TONIGHT Tuesday November 1st
Bring a mug – BYOM – for a cup of hot chocolate or apple cider, enjoy some great conversation and all the spectacular pumpkins carved by friends and neighbours
New this year – enter your name in our raffle for the chance to win a prize from one of our fabulous neighbourhood shops and restaurants!!!
Bateman,s Bike Co, El Pocho Antojitos, Stubbe, Black Daffodil, Now Smile, Arisu, Risque, Vivace, Gus the Other Barber, Los Guac-a-moles, Snakes and Lattes, Pacha, Doug Miller Books, Kops Records, Barrio Coreano and more!!!!
Volunteers needed at the end of the event for pumpkin disposal – have a wheelbarrow – we could really use it 😉
Drop off Pumpkins in the park any time after 4:00 this afternoon
BRING A MUG!
Thanks to Gervais Party and Tent Rental for the beverage urns 🙂
Revised Planning Application for Honest Ed’s Mirvish Village + Community Consultation Meeting
Revised Submission – May 19, 2016
The revised submission for the Mirvish Village/Honest Ed’s Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application was submitted late last week. The supporting materials are now posted to the City’s Application Information Centre web page. The link below will take you to a site describing the revised application. Please click the “supporting documentation” tab for links to all pdfs submitted in support of the application to date. Please be sure to note the date of submission. The May 19, 2016 items represent the new submission.
The project specific website is updated with this new information.
Want to learn more:
For information on the revised proposal, please visit www.toronto.ca/planning/mirvishvillage
City Planner Contact: Graign Uens, firstname.lastname@example.org 416-397-4647; Toronto and East York District, 100 Queen St W – floor 18 E
Ward Councillor Contact: Mike Layton Ward 19 – Trinity – Spadina, email@example.com 416-392-4009
Ward 20 City Councillor Joe Cressy firstname.lastname@example.org 416 -392 -4044
Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.
Our public meeting locations are wheelchair/mobility device accessible. Other reasonable accommodation or assistive services for persons with disabilities may be provided with adequate notice. Please contact Graig Uens, at 416-397-4647,email@example.com no later than one working day prior to the meeting with your request. The City of Toronto is committed to taking the necessary steps to insure compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005
We are a wash, folks!
Clean up is cancelled today owing to the rain that would make sweeping and raking a bit soggy and difficult.
The SVRA will post any alternate cleanup ASAP!