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Consultations on local appeal body for C of A decisions

City of Toronto hosting public consultations on a proposed local appeal body for Committee of Adjustment decisions The City of Toronto is holding public consultations to speak with Torontonians about the establishment and implementation of a local appeal body that would hear appeals of Committee of Adjustment decisions. The Province of Ontario granted the City […]

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LED Signs: City Consultations

January 23, 2014 City of Toronto seeks input on proposed regulations for electronic and illuminated signs The City of Toronto is holding a series of public consultation sessions from February 3 to 12 to gather public input on proposed changes to regulations for electronic and illuminated signs and billboards. In 2013, the City of Toronto […]

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Online petition: Save our pumper truck!

The 2014 City Budget includes reallocating one pumper truck and crew from Station #224 Woodbine (Woodbine and Holborne Avenue) to a new station in Scarborough. This would leave only one truck in our local station. Please click here to view a map of the response zone. Council will be voting on this in mid-January. Woodbine Heights […]

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Petition – Save the Local Pumper Truck and Crew!

Please print and sign this petition to save our pumper truck and crew! In March 2014, a pumper truck and crew will be taken from our neighbourhood Fire Station 224 Woodbine, and moved to new Station D at Midland and Eglinton. Our local station will be left with one truck, reduced service and increased response times. The City […]

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LED Billboard Consultations

Next week the City of Toronto is hosting public meetings to get your input on potential changes to the sign regulations related to electronic and illuminated signs and billboards. Currently, LED billboards are only allowed along the Gardiner Expressway and in Dundas Square. The proposed changes would allow LED billboards to be posted in all […]

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Service Level Review

The City has also added a step to the budget process this year.  Standing Committees will have a role in reviewing and establishing service level standards for all City services to give direction on the development of the 2014 budget. Every Standing Committee in September will receive a presentation on existing Service Levels, and can […]

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Taxi Industry Review, September 16

Taxicab Industry Review The City is conducting a Taxicab Industry Review to determine a comprehensive list of industry issues and to propose possible improvements. The review will include in-depth research and extensive consultation with taxi drivers, lessees, agents, brokers, garages, other related industries, and the general public. City staff will draft a Final Report with […]

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Housing Consultation

The City is developing a Stable Housing Services Planning Framework to guide the planning, management and delivery of housing and homelessness services in Toronto over the next five years. This information will be used to prepare a report that will be considered by City Council in October. Staff are soliciting input, information and ideas from housing and […]

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Green & Beautiful Streets

Are you looking for a way to get involved in greening our community?  Want to plant trees, learn about tree maintenance, help new trees survive the hot summer? Join our Ward 31 Green Team of neighbours working to maintain, protect and improve the natural environment in our community. Is there an asphalt boulevard near your […]

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Feeling Congested – Phase 2: Making Sound Decisions

FEELING CONGESTED Phase 2: Making Sound Decisions www.feelingcongested.ca In early June, the City of Toronto officially kicked-off Phase 2 of the “Feeling Congested” transportation public consultation campaign, which focuses on: (A) an introduction to the concept of designing “Complete Streets” in Toronto; (B) a draft bicycle policy framework; and (C) a decision-making framework to help […]

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Gardiner Expressway Environmental Assessment

Gardiner Expressway East Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto have resumed the preparation of the Gardiner Expressway / Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study. The EA will determine the future of the Gardiner Expressway East and Lake Shore Boulevard East, […]

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The Future of Child Care in Toronto

Full-day kindergarten is being implemented across our community over the next 2 years. Child care centres across the City have been considering whether to become 3rd party operators for the All-day kindergarten, before-and-after school programs. Many parents and staff have expressed their concern about the lack of lunch program supervision and nutritious lunches for kindergarten-aged […]

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