Staff will advise soon as there were a few complications between departments.
Councillor Justin Di Ciano can confirm that Staff will attend to this noisy “bump” from a utility cut.
Councillor Justin Di Ciano asked staff to try to include this in the re-surfacing project. We have been advised that bringing this forward is not possible.
The speed humps were approved in November 2016 and the by-law was passed in January 2017. The humps will not be installed until next year (2018).
Councillor Di Ciano has received opposition to this project. Usher (and The Kingsway) are Collector roads (not local roads) as defined in the City’s Road Classification policy Councillor Di Ciano tabled a motion before Public Works Committee April 25th, at City Hall. The Public Works Committee referred the item to Etobicoke York Community Council for May 10th, 2016. The item may not show on the agenda online at this time due to the timing of Public Works and the publishing of the agenda ~ however it is on the May agenda.
|Project||Local Road Resurfacing|
|On Street||GOVERNMENT RD|
|From Street||KINGSWAY CRES|
|To Street||WALFORD RD|
|Project Description||Replacement of old asphalt surface with new asphalt surface, including repairs of any damaged sidewalks and curbs. Work may include the closure of individual lanes or the entire road.|
Dundas Street from Islington Avenue to Kipling Avenue was last resurfaced in 1995. A pavement evaluation should be completed on this section of Dundas Street this year with the results expected sometime in the fall.
Currently there is no Transportation Capital work scheduled in the next 5 years at this time. However, it may be added to the program based on the results of the pavement evaluation in the fall.
Please note that the actual work date will be subject to availability of budget funds, other comparative priorities and co-ordination with utilities.
Councillor Justin Di Ciano’s Office has received concerns over this request and possible impacts on local streets. For this reason the Staff Report will NOT be on the Agenda of Etobicoke Community Council September 6th as previously anticipated. This is a busy (school) and inconvenient time for residents to appear and speak to the issue at Community Council.
Therefore, the Report will be on the Agenda of the October 17th Community Council meeting. Please note that the STAFF REPORT is only available when the meeting agenda is published.
It is important that residents contact our office with any concerns. Once a decision is made it is final. You may contact the Clerk to place your name on the Speakers List and or submit your comments to the Clerk at: email@example.com, who will then put them before Etobicoke-York Community Council.
The speed humps were approved in November 2016 and the by-law was passed in January 2017. The humps will not be installed until next year (2018) at the earliest.
You may want to check if there is any work planned on your street! Ward 5 starts on page 57.