Public Notice – Danforth Avenue Construction

Hello All,

The City of Toronto has scheduled a watermain replacement, road and sidewalk reconstruction, paving, and streetscape on Danforth Ave between Woodbine and Victoria Park.

There will be a Public Drop-in Event where interested parties can learn more about this project, the construction schedule, and what disruptions to expect. Staff will also be on hand to answer any questions. The meeting will be held on:

Wednesday April 16, 2014
5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
2575 Danforth Avenue
(Use entrance east of Barrington Ave)

The entire public notice can be viewed here: Danforth Ave Construction

All future construction notices, information from the upcoming Open House, and minutes from CLC meetings will be posted on the project webpage at:

Thank you and have a great day!

Kew Gardens Streetscaping Design

Hello All,

I wanted to share with you the Kew Gardens Streetscaping Conceptual Design Presentation from PLANT Architect Inc.

The plan can be viewed here: Kew Gardens Streetscaping

Have a great day!

Treemobile: A project of Transition Toronto

Hello All, 

Here is some information about a great environmental program in our city:

Transition Toronto is a community-level initiative whose goal is to make our city more resilient in the face of climate change, oil depletion, and economic instability.

As part of their ongoing efforts, Transition Toronto has created Treemobile, a volunteer-run project that provides fruit trees and shrubs at low cost, both for pick-up or delivery. 

If you have ever wanted fruit trees or shrubs in your yard, but were unsure about where to plant, what to plant, or where to obtain the plants, Treemobile can help!

For more information, please visit their website:

Or view their flyer: Treemobile

Thank you and have a great day!

Billy Bishop Island Airport Expansion Vote–April 1st, 2014

On Tuesday, City Council held an important vote on this issue. I want to update you on the decision City Council made and its impacts on the future of the Island Airport.

Despite the way the vote was described in the media, City Council was not asked to approve or deny permission for jets to land at the Island Airport. Rather, the question before Toronto City Council related to specific information and conditions that are required before a final decision can be made. I want to be clear about what was voted on by City Council on April 1st 2014.

City Council unanimously requested:

  • · An Environmental Assessment relating to extending the runways;
  • · An Airport Master Plan;
  • · An infrastructure plan;
  • · That the cost of infrastructure improvements be borne by the airport’s owners or users, not the general public;
  • · That the harbour safety zone will not be extended.

These are firm conditions that must be met before any changes to the Tripartite Agreement can be considered in March 2015.

Thank you and, as always, please send me your thoughts on what is happening in our neighbourhood and across the City.

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Kew Gardens Public Workshop Summary

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The Kew Gardens Streetscaping Public Workshop was held at the Beaches Rec. Centre on March 18th. Residents from across the neighbourhood shared their ideas for the north end of the park and the stretch of Queen Street East immediately adjacent. Attached is a visual and written summary of the Workshop prepared by PLANT Architects.

Take a look at the Summary HERE.