Spring is a time for renewal and growth. Many residents will be participating in special activities to prepare for the growing season. Meanwhile, residents continue to be involved in projects to help further strengthen our community and make it safer.
My first year at City Hall has been a busy one.
I have communicated with many of you, on numerous occasions, with respect to issues affecting the residents of Ward 39, by having volunteers deliver flyers to your doors thus saving the City of Toronto Postage Fees. Unfortunately, volunteers cannot enter apartment buildings and I have been unable to communicate with Ward 39 residents who live in high-rise buildings, as access to these buildings is limited.
Ward Report – Winter 2016
Overnight parking on the streets in our Ward has become a serious problem.
There are streets, where, if there was an emergency, first responders’ vehicles would not be able to pass.
overnight parking survey
You cannot park on the boulevard area between the curb and sidewalk (which is referred to as the “apron”) according to Chapter 918 of the Toronto Municipal Code.
Enbridge hires exterminator to deal with rat complaints near Scarborough pipeline dig
Further to my previous flyer with respect to having rats in the neighbourhood, I am writing to give you an update.
Rats Update 2nd flyer
We have been able to identify, as best as we possibly can, the problem and the area where the rats are coming from.
Silver Springs Community Speed Reduction Survey to 30 km/hr
Rats at the Enbridge dig area –Rats