Monthly Archives: June 2014

Vemont Square Park Playground Dedication Tuesday June 24th 5pm

Please come celebrate the official naming and ribbon-cutting ceremony of:

Dennis Lee Playground in Vermont Square Park

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Date: Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Time: 5 to 6 p.m. Remarks: 5 p.m.

Location: Vermont Square Park

Come meet Dennis Lee!

To view the City’s official Invite: Dennis Lee Playground naming invitation 061914

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Seaton Village Residents’ Association AGM

SVRA AGM

Date: Wednesday June 18th, 2014

Time: 6:00 – Open house + Meeting 6:30 – 8:30pm

Place: Palmerston Ave P.S, 734 Palmerston Ave

Agenda

6:00: Open House: come learn about Lane Naming Project, Green Walls and Pollinator Gardens, (Municipal) Planning, and other community events and projects – Summer solstice in the park!

6:30 – 7:15: Traffic and safety in Seaton Village – guests Arshad Nazir, Transportation Technologist City of Toronto and Rebecca Keenan, Ward 20 PLUS – Pete the crossing guard!

To view Traffic and Safety Minutes Oct 10 SVRA Meeting minutes from our last neighbourhood transportation meeting with Mr Nazir

7:15 – 8:00: Vermont Square Park Renewal – past phases and upcoming Phase 3: included in the conversation will be the (new) playground – we welcome feedback on sun/shade on the bench and ship climber and other topics of your interest!

8:00 – 8:30: Elections and other business

There are several positions open for election – come learn what’s needed and what’s involved. Join the team – SVRA and VSPRC – and help make a difference for the community

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Honest Ed’s Site: Open Community Meeting with Developers Westbank

Encourage your friends and neighbours to join. Help keep this a caring and supportive neighbourhood.

As some of you have already heard, there will be an open house by Westbank for the Honest Ed site. Here is the announcement from Mike Layton’s e-newsletter with the link for info.

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Open House: Honest Ed’s Site

Westbank invites you to a Public Open House to discuss the future of the Honest Ed’s site.

When: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Where: Centre for Social Innovation – 720 Bathurst Street (map) <http://mikelayton.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c27a4b5214b9e16b47e33e64c&id=b7fb2617ac&e=20c3fa5c6d&gt; .

If you cannot make it to the open house in person, Westbank invites you to visit http://www.gwerk.ca <http://mikelayton.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c27a4b5214b9e16b47e33e64c&id=6494b7d3eb&e=20c3fa5c6d&gt; where you will be able to access the open house material starting at 11:00am on June 14. You can also submit your feedback via email to mirvishvillage@urbanstrategies.com.

Download the invitation here <http://mikelayton.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c27a4b5214b9e16b47e33e64c&id=c185960b7f&e=20c3fa5c6d&gt; .

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Dupont St Study – City Planning’s Final Recommendations’ Meeting TONIGHT

Dupont Street Study – Wards 19 and 20 – Meeting No. 3

In December of 2013 City Council adopted an amendment to the City of Toronto Official Plan which directed City staff to undertake a study of the Dupont Street corridor for lands in Wards 19 and 20. The study will look at the following: appropriate land uses, potential streetscape improvements, urban design and built form guidelines, transportation options, the function and design of Dupont Street, the impact of the rail corridor on potential development options and the possibility of utilizing a development permit system.

Details for the meeting: Dupont St Study Meeting 3 Final Recommendations

  • Date: Tuesday June 3, 2014
  • Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm
  • Place: Sacre Coeur School Gym, 98 Essex St (just west of Fiesta Farms and adjacent to Essex and Hawthorn Schools)

To view the City’s website for all information pertaining to the Dupont Street Study

 

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