Our June 2018 Ward Report is out click here for more info or read below.
As our community is busy preparing for the festivities and events of summer, I would like to invite our senior residents and their families to our annual
Seniors’ Information Session.
This year’s Session will feature representatives from government agencies, including Toronto Paramedic Services; Toronto Fire Department; Toronto Police Services; and, Service Canada to provide information on benefits and health and safety tips for seniors.
Sheppard East Subway Extension – We Need Provincial Funding Now!
The Provincial Government cannot continue to ignore the issues with transit and accessibility in Ontario’s largest city. As the Provincial Election Campaign is now underway, it is time to make the issue of the Sheppard East Subway extension heard by Candidates.
I hope this message finds you and your family well.
This month will be a busy one in Scarborough-Agincourt. With the arrival of warmer days in Toronto, there will be more neighborhood cleanup events and general outdoor activities happening around the community.
Further to my email of yesterday, I have received numerous calls and questions as to what is happening with snow clearing.
If you wish to see my comments on CTV Toronto please click here:
Unfortunately, City staff, supported by the Mayor, decided that we did not need to clear the streets and sidewalks.
Bicycle lane on Richmond Street East downtown snow was cleaned
Finch Ave East sidewalk snow not cleared
This is a snow storm, like the others we have had this winter, and the City should have cleaned the snow.
The City, however, did clear bicycle paths downtown. Meanwhile our residents had to walk on the street because the sidewalk had not been cleared.
People have called and emailed me with respect to placing a claim into the City for damages that they incurred due to physical injury or property damage.
Here is what you need to do if you want to file a claim for damages or personal injury which you incurred because of the storm:
Claims against the City of Toronto
Note: February 16, 2017 – Due to the recent severe winter weather and fluctuating temperatures, the City is experiencing higher than normal claim volumes. As a result, acknowledgements from the City Clerk’s Office and ClaimsPro may not meet the target of two business days.