Safety Town Hall
Monday, June 20, 2016
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
L’ Amoreaux Community and Recreation Centre
2000 McNicoll Avenue
We look forward to welcoming you to our upcoming
Community Compost Day
Saturday, May 28th
from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM
Council Highlights important to Ward 39
Toronto City Council meeting of May 3, 4 and 5, 2016
Don Valley Parkway From Gardiner Expy To Hwy 401
Friday Apr. 15, 2016 to Monday Apr. 18, 2016
Details: The Don Valley Parkway from the Gardiner Expressway to Highway 401 will be closed for Spring Maintenance activities. A rain date of April 29 to May 1 has been set, in which case the DVP will re-open early to improve traffic conditions during the Goodlife Marathon, scheduled for May 1.
During March Break, March 14 to 18, the City of Toronto will offer free and low-cost activities at its community centres, parks and historic sites. Highlights of Parks, Forestry and Recreation division activities and attractions follow, in addition to information about Toronto’s historic sites/museums. Read More..
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.
For the forecast weather event of March 1st and 2nd here is an update on Transportation Services’ plans as of 2pm on February 29th. The timing of all activities noted is based on forecast snow accumulation and is subject to change.
In the last week, there have been significant developments in the City of Toronto.
Labour negotiations between the City and unions representing its outside and inside workers intensified.
Councillors passed the 2016 City of Toronto Budget. I voted against the overall budget increase; introduced a Motion to have funds dedicated for the Scarborough Subway and transit improvements north of the 401; and, introduced a Motion to increase funding for the City’s Student Nutrition Program.
Tuesday morning, Mayor Tory and the Executive Committee of Council, approved an overall budget increase of 2.69%. This is composed of a 1.3 % increase, plus 0.6 % to help pay for the yet-to-be-decided transit plan for Scarborough.
There are important dates and issues coming up in the next few days which I want you to know about.
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
Here comes the snow. To get regular updates on snow plowing and other advisories please click here.
We are days away from the next City Budget.
I am writing to ask for your opinion and input as we make the serious decisions which will impact our lives for many years to come.