Procedural Order for 2915 Bloor St. W

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The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) orders that the Procedural Order, as agreed to with the parties attached hereto as Schedule 1, shall be in force and effect for the purpose of governing the required procedures leading up to and including the hearing, which is scheduled to commence on June 4, 2018 at 10:00 a.m at 655 Bay Street, 16th Floor, Toronto.

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Berry Road Food Co-op to be Stonegate ‘Community Hub’

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“A long-awaited grocery store is transforming the Stonegate community from a so-called food desert, and its residents into potential consumer-owners of a new food co-op.” via InsideToronto.com

“There is no greater business model when you’re trying to create something sustainable. This is forever going to pay back to the community….It’s not just government making a deal with developers. It’s the community playing a huge role in making it happen.” – Councillor Justin Di Ciano

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Procedural Order for 2915 Bloor St. W

Posted in Development, Updates, Ward 5

 

 

The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) orders that the Procedural Order, as agreed to with the parties attached hereto as Schedule 1, shall be in force and effect for the purpose of governing the required procedures leading up to and including the hearing, which is scheduled to commence on June 4, 2018 at 10:00 a.m at 655 Bay Street, 16th Floor, Toronto.

READ PROCEDURAL ORDER

DOCUMENTS/INFORMATION/BACKGROUND MATERIAL

2018 Community Projects and Events Grants

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2018 Community Projects and Events funding stream is now launched. Through this fund, the City of Toronto provides two streams of one-time funding that support community groups and organizations to build vibrant, equitable, inclusive and safe communities.

Deadline and Application Form: for submitting an online Letter of Intent is Friday, February 2 at 11:59 PM. Applicant groups will apply for funding via our online application portal.

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Manhole Rebuilds Works at the Corner of Royal York Rd. and The Queensway

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A message from Bell Canada re: manhole rebuilds works currently under way at the corner of Royal York Rd and The Queensway:

These Bell Manholes are cast in place; the first MH pour is scheduled for Jan 17/18, The breakout of the second MH will commence ASAP and is scheduled to complete by Feb 23/18, (weather permitting). Area to be fully restored with HOT asphalt Feb 28/18.

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Kipling Station – Roof Repair + Station Improvements (night work)

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates, Ward 5

 

Crews are repairing sections of Kipling Station which are in poor condition including, sections of the roof. The work is being completed as part of TTC’s capital improvements across the network. For safety reasons, some of the work must be completed at night while buses are not operating in the loop.

Area residents may hear construction noise including, reverse safety beeps from trucks, delivery and removal of disposal bins, as well as delivery of construction material.

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Holy Angels School – Islington Avenue

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Councillor Justin Di Ciano shares resident concerns over speeding around this area and has requested Staff to advise on implementing the ‘Watch Your Speed’ (WYS) permanent speed display here. Staff have reviewed traffic speeds at Holy Angels Catholic School and determined that it satisfies the criteria for ‘School Watch Your Speed Program’ (WYSP).  

In May 2018, City Staff will review the list of approved locations and those prioritized will be installed in Fall 2018. 

As seen in our January 2018 eNews

Fieldway Road Traffic Calming

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Councillor Justin Di Ciano has received concerns over traffic speeds along Fieldway but has not received the required petition from residents of the street for speed humps.

Given the development coming to the area, Councillor Justin Di Ciano’s office asks that you let your neighbours know to email our office with support/comments so we can facilitate this for you.

As seen in our January 2018 eNews

Mechanical Leaf Pick Up For Seniors

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Councillor Justin Di Ciano is concerned that this service, although complimentary, could be improved for seniors. Councillor Di Ciano supported the request for staff to report back on a second pick up for the first area on the map, however, he would like the report supplemented to include the possibility of a second pick up for seniors.

We welcome your thoughts on this.

As seen in our January 2018 eNews

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