From: AVCA Agincourt Village Community Association [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: May-18-20 11:03 AM
Subject: AVCA Check In
Making connections and helping others is what our Agincourt Village Community does best. Your AVCA Executive hopes this check-in finds you and your family in good health. Thank you for responding to our Food Banks, seniors’ assistance and sewing face masks requests. AVCA members also appreciate Councillor Karygiannis continuous updates and teleconferences to keep our community informed. Ward 22 Teleconferences can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The paragraphs below were written by a nurse who works with ventilators:
Here you go folks… for those people who don’t understand what it means to be on a ventilator but want to take the chance of going back to work…
Today, I was able to distribute over 6,000 free face masks to Shepherd Village Personal Support Workers (PSWs). Every PSW received 50 free donated masks
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From: Customer Operations Projects <email@example.com>
Date: May 15, 2020 3:06 PM
Subject: Toronto Hydro Overhead Civil & Electrical Work ; Project 4171 Sheppard Avenue East (C-180015-E10501-HS014): Ward 22- Scarborough-Agincourt
To: Councillor Karygiannis
Dear Councillor Karygiannis,
The City of Toronto is cancelling all planned 2020 summer camps and preparing an alternative program to get children safely back to camp through a new CampTO program. Details of the program are being developed and are dependent on the lifting of current provincial orders and recommendations from Toronto Public Health.
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Toronto is extending the cancellation of City-led and City-permitted major festivals and events with attendance of more than 250 people through July 31, and those with attendance of 25,000 or more through August 31. The resumption or cancellation of professional sporting events is not included in this decision.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced the ActiveTO program developed by Toronto Public Health and Transportation Services will start to be rolled out across the city to provide more space for people to be physically active and improve physical distancing as part of the City’s restart and recovery in the wake of COVID-19.
Please note that Birchmount Road will be fully closed at Highway 401 on Saturday May 23, 10pm to Sunday May 24, 10am for demolition of Birchmount Rd Bridge deck. Signs will be installed soon to advise public of the upcoming closure. I have also attached the Notice of Construction that was sent to +/-41,000 of the residents along this corridor in February 2020 for the MTO project between Neilson and Warden.
MTO 2019-2011-Construction Notice-February 25 2019-Final-GHD
|SCOPE: Please be advised that as a result of construction to your neighbour’s property, Toronto Hydro will be replacing the existing electrical cables and tap boxes within the city-owned property near your lot.
|WORK AREA: The project area includes Sections of Tambrook Drive.
Tambrook Hydro announcement
May 13, 2020
SENT VIA EMAIL
The Honourable Jim Karygiannis, PC
Toronto City Councillor, Scarborough-Agincourt
Dear Councillor Karygiannis,
Re: Thank you
On behalf of Unifor’s National Leadership, I would like to express our deepest appreciation for your generous donation of face masks and personal protection equipment (PPE) to Personal Support Workers in the GTA yesterday evening.