March 4, 2016 – Break and enters incidents
Break and enters incidents
I have been made aware that incidents of break and enters are again happening in private homes in our area.
Last year, my office held a very successful town hall meeting that addressed community safety issues – with over 300 residents of Ward 39 attending.
In the near future, we will holding another town hall meeting on crime prevention.
In the meantime, should you be interested in reading tips, ideas and material on how to prevent house break-ins, please click here and reading other information from 42 Division about door safety please click here.
Thank you in advance for your attention to this very important issue.
TTC McNicoll Bus Garage
This item is coming back to the Executive Committee of Council in order for TTC to account for the Budget of the (Taj Mahal) Bus Garage at Kennedy and McNicoll. Should you wish to make a deputation on this item you should click her to get more info. I would be available to discuss this item should you wish more information. Please call me at 416 392 1374
Recycling, green and garbage collection bins at curb
Another item which has been brought to our attention is how to correctly place your recycling, green and garbage collection bins at curb. Please take a minute and familiarize yourself with tips from the City. Click here to read.
Parks and Recreation Update
Get ready for the City of Toronto’s spring and summer recreation program registration March 6 in Scarborough, 7:00 am
Spring/Summer program Registration will be occurring on Sun March 6/16 at 7am. L’Amoreaux CRC will be open for in-person registration at 9am. We will have an extra staff on hand to assist with customer enquiries. For more information on Spring and Summer parks and recreation programs please click here.
TTC Weekend Closures March 5-6 subway Closures click here for updates.
Nominations open for 2016 Public Health Champion Awards
Toronto Public Health is encouraging the public to nominate individuals and organizations for the 2016 Public Health Champion Awards. Toronto’s Board of Health established these awards in 2008 to recognize leaders in public health Read More
Be aware who is knocking at your door
There may be many people knocking on your door wishing to sell you services and/or check your appliances. Be aware and do not open your door. Read more to know your rights. Click here
If you require additional information and or assistance with municipal related items, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 416 392 1374.
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