Monsignor Fraser Greening Project- Public Meeting/Open House
Date: Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm
Location: Monsignor Fraser College, Annex Campus (Gymnasium) at 700 Markham St.
The meeting will be jointly facilitated by City staff, Councillor Cressy, and TCDSB Trustee Jo-Ann Davis.
Hey – Seaton Village (and beyond)!
On behalf of Joe Cressy Councillor (an advocate for increased and enhanced green spaces throughout Ward 20) you are all invited to a public open house to discuss improving the Monsignor Fraser parking lot to facilitate expanded student programming and additional community green space for Seaton Village.
View the Open House Invitation: Jan_9_2018_Public_Notice_Msgr_Fraser_final
From Councillor Cressy: Over the past number of months, I have been working closely with the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB), Trustee Jo-Ann Davis, Parks, Forestry & Recreation staff, and the Seaton Village Residents’ Association (SVRA) to revitalize this underutilized space into a brand new community green space. Last year the TCDSB hosted a meeting to discuss initial design concepts and preliminary budget estimates with the SVRA and local residents. There was a lot of excitement for the project and for more green space within the community. However, the proposed budget went far beyond what the TCDSB had available for implementation.
I am happy to report that I have secured City funding to implement the greening vision, and we have partnered with the TCDSB to make the project happen! As a condition of the use of city funds the TCDSB will be agreeing to a long-term lease of the space to the City, creating a new public space open to the community at large.
Hope to see you there!
From the SVRA: Thanks to Councillor Cressy and the Ward 20 staff + Monsignor Fraser School and Trustee Davis for their commitment and all their efforts to realize this project.
Pumpkins will line the path in the park east from Palmerston Ave
We need community member volunteers and WHEELBARROWS to carry pumpkins to the bin after the event ~ 8:30pm
Students can volunteer for Highschool Community Hours!!! email email@example.com to sign up
BRING MUGS FOR HOT DRINKS!
Many thanks to Seaton Villager Torie Gervais and Gervais Party and Tent Rental for the beverage urns!
Many thanks to the amazingly creative and super mixologist Seaton Villagers Alexis Eizinas and Peter Diaz for the poster AND for making our delicious hot beverages!!!
Saturday, April 22 10:30 am – 12:30pm
The City is providing rakes, shovels, gloves and an assortment of bags and the SVRA could really use your energy and great conversation and a broom!
Coffee provided by Starbucks (Dupont St!)
Join us and learn about the Lane Naming Project, the GD Project, how to get a tree for your property, traffic calming, StreetPLAY and other neighbourhood initiatives
Find out more about right here in SV!
Clean up Day 50 bags and counting
Seaton Village Residents’ Association Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming dates to remember:
- Saturday, May 6 – Compost In Vermont Square Park
- Sunday, June 11 – Ward 20 Community Environment Day @ Central Tech School
SVRA Meeting – Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm
Location: St Albans Boys and Girls Club, upstairs in the AV room (midway down hall on right side)
- April 22 – Vermont Square Park Community Cleanup!
- Compost + Ward 20 Environment Days,
- Westbank – Honest Ed’s/ Mirvish Village Redevelopment update
Have a great idea for a local project? Would you like to volunteer and want to learn how? Questions? Would you like to add to the agenda? Please send us a message: email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 🙂