Notice of Construction Activity:
Temporary Sidewalk Closure, Leslie Street South of Lake Shore Blvd.
Nature of Work
TTC contractors will be conducting tests on the east side of Leslie Street, just north of Commissioners Street. This work is required to assist with design work associated with the buried utilities.
When will the Work take place?
The contractor is scheduled to commence work on September 4th , 2012 for approximately one month. The majority of the work will take place between 8:30 am and 5 pm daily.
What to expect
Approximately 50 metres of the sidewalk on the east side of Leslie Street, between Commissioners Street and Lake Shore Blvd. will be closed to accommodate this work.
The work area on the boulevard will be clearly signed and fenced off for public safety. Construction cones and signage will be used to safely redirect pedestrians onto the Martin Goodman Trail.
This work will have no impact to the Martin Goodman Trail.
The Ashbridges Bay Facility will maintain and store Toronto’s new low-floor accessible streetcars. The streetcars will begin arriving in 2013 and will be operational on city streets in 2014.
Thank you for your patience as TTC works to improve our infrastructure.
For more information on the project please contact the Community Liaison:
The Beach Guild of Fine Art presents its annual Fall Show and Sale at the Lion’s Club on Ashbridge’s Bay (at the foot of Coxwell Ave, South of Lakeshore Blvd). The show will be held Sat. Sept. 22 and Sun. Sept. 23, from 10am to 5pm each day. This show will feature paintings by over 40 of the Guild artists, and is a great opportunity to view and purchase art by some of the most well-known Beach Artists. In addition to the large art show, there will also be the popular gift boutique. The boutique features very small original works of art (nothing over $100), plus artist’s original prints and cards, at reasonable prices. There will also be a lucky draw that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Free admission and parking in the clubhouse lot.
Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BeachGuildofFineArt
Organized by Antony Upward, an engaged ward 32 resident, TTS3 is a unique event for all Toronto Tree people to Share with each other, Socialize with each other, and Seek out help to solve collective problems.
You can learn about
Tuesday, 18 September 2012 at 7:00 PM
Naval Club of Toronto
1910 Gerrard St. East, just West of Woodbine on Gerrard, South of Woodbine Station
For full details and to register for this unique event - http://tts3.eventbrite.ca/
In July, the Councillor’s Office organized a Main Square Madness Party for local residents. The area residents, the Councillor, and her staff got their hands dirty and began the process of beautifying a garden (behind the recreation centre). As well, Monica donated her time to paint some innovative murals for the area. The beautification project is now complete! Check out the pictures below. If you get a chance, visit the site and enjoy its new look.
Councillor McMahon adding mulch to garden Councillor’s Office staff helped beautify the garden
Monica painting a mural Mural painted using silhouettes of children in the area
More murals by Monica
Summer is not over so don’t put away your lawn chair just yet. Bring it out to this year’s last MOVIE IN THE PARK — Shrek the Third — on Sat, Sept.15, 8:00 pm @ Stephenson Park