Our office has received numerous complaints about hand delivered flyers from a pro-life organization “Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform”. We’ve been in contact with Municipal Licencing & Standards, as well as 22 Division Police Services, to address this in hopes to put a stop to it.
Unfortunately, we’ve been advised that the distribution of this content is within legal jurisdiction. Therefore, our office, nor any other Councillor’s, are able to enforce a stop to it. you receive disturbing materials you can contact the organization at 1-403-774-7467, email them at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or write a Facebook post https://www.facebook.com/canadiancbr.
Provide your address and clearly state that you do not wish to receive such material from this organization. We encourage you to inform them that should they continue you will pursue harassment charges against them.
Councillor Justin Di Ciano shares your safety concerns with road safety in your neighbourhood and has been working with 22 Division to increase enforcement.
In addition to this and the high volume of requests from residents, Councillor Di Ciano has created a special “Slow Down, Kids at Play” lawn sign available exclusively for residents of Ward 5 in order to substitute for the free ones that are no longer available.
These signs will be available for order by residents through PosterOne at $8.00 per sign. Signs are 18″x 24″ in size, double sided with a t-stake that can be placed on your front lawn.
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The TTC is no longer limiting the number of adult and senior TTC Monthly Passes on PRESTO. The cards are now available for sale at the select Shoppers Drug Mart locations that sell PRESTO cards. You can also load an adult or senior TTC Monthly Pass here too http://bit.ly/2f81qGQ
City staff are working in partnership with Toronto Police Services to provide a safe and secure environment for those attending the games, as well as those who live and work in the city. Various road closures will be in effect in accordance to the Toronto Police Service’s security plan and to accommodate the transportation of competitors.
To help residents cool down in the unseasonably warm temperatures this weekend, the City of Toronto will be keeping the majority of its 93 splash pads open through to Monday, September 25. Splash pads operate daily from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and are activated through push-button features.
[FULL LIST OF SPLASH PADS IN TORONTO]
The City of Toronto will resurface The Queensway from Etobicoke Creek to Sherway Gardens Road. Inspection of the road shows that it needs repaving and sections of damaged curb and sidewalk need to be replaced to bring them to a state of good repair.
Work will take place from Brawley Avenue to Nordin Avenue. Inspection of the laneway shows that it needs reconstruction to bring it to a state of good repair.
Transportation Staff have completed a report investigating traffic calming on Goswell Rd. at Royalavon Cres. to Kipling Ave. Staff have concluded that this is not justified at this time.
The City of Toronto will be resurfacing the road on Delroy Drive and reconstructing the road on Berl Avenue (see map). The contractor on Berl Avenue will also replace the City-owned portion of substandard water services.
If you live in a house on Sevenoaks Avenue, see map, in a residence that was built before the mid-1950s, your water service may be made of lead. Please read the fact sheet by clicking the link with important information about the risks of lead in drinking water, especially if someone in your house/building is pregnant, there are children under six years old, or there is an infant drinking formula made using tap water.
[LEAD IN DRINKING WATER FACT SHEET]
Steer clear of traffic and avoid unnecessary delays with these resources.
Sewer main repair by open-cut method on Westrose Avenue from 86 Westrose Avenue to 57 Westrose Avenue. Work scheduled for September 18 – October 13, 2017. This project is part of the Council-approved Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure, reduce the risk of leaks, and ensure continued long-term reliable sewer service.