Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan Materials

This message is to notify you that all materials that will be used for the first round of public events for the Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan are now available on the project website including the: Online comment form Presentation slides Panel Displays Please feel free to fill in the online comment form, and circulate all materials through…

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Public Meeting Wed Nov 23 Re: 39 Newcastle Street Development Application

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. St. Leo Catholic School (165 Stanley Avenue) For information about the proposal, see: This application does not conform to the City Council approved Mimico-Judson Secondary Plan (June 7, 2016). 39 Newcastle lands are owned by Dunpar (CIC Management). Dunpar also own lands at: 101 Portland Street, 50 Windsor Street, 49,…

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October 2016 MRA Board Meeting Minutes

Minutes for MRA Board of Directors meeting Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Meeting at the home of Mary Bella at 7:30 pm. Present: Chris, Kyra, Daniel, Mary, Dana, Joanne, Leanne, leslie,  JoAnne Regrets: John, Deb, Gavin Guest : Leigh As Quorum was present Chris opened the and meeting @7:37 PM Approval of September 13, 2016 MRA board  minutes . Leslie proposed…

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Response from Metrolinx Re: Mimico GO Station Improvement delays

Thank you for your letter and continued interest in the future improvements at Mimico GO Station. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Ryah Kazman, I work at Metrolinx as the Community Relations & Issues Specialist for the Lakeshore West Corridor. I will be your main point of contact regarding any comments, questions or…

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Waterfront Plan under threat – Meeting Notes from Community Discussion October 19, 2016

RECORD OF COMMUNITY MEETING To discuss the OMB appeal of the Mimico-by-the-Lake Secondary Plan by Shoreline Towers (SLT) and the threat to Mimico waterfront Sponsored by the Mimico Residents’ Association (MRA) and the Mimico Lakeshore Community Network (MLCN). October 19, 2016 In attendance (speaking/answering questions): Christopher Moore (MRA); Harry Oussoren, Carole Goyette, Judy Rutledge and Martin Gerwin (MLCN); Daniel Flemming…

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September 2016 MRA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

Minutes for MRA Board of Directors meeting Tuesday September 13, 2016 Present: Deb, Chris, John, Mary, Joanne C., JoAnne M, Dana, Lesley Regrets: Leanne, Dan, Kyra, Gavin.                 Guest: Michael C. As quorum was present Chris opened the meeting at 7:36 PITP 2016 update: The event was a great success. Next year is the 20th anniversary. Action:  JoAnne & Joanne will…

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MRA Letter Re: Freed Grand Park Development Application on Newcastle and Portland Streets

For info on this development proposal, please visit: SENT: Oct 13, 2016 Nancy Martins The Secretariat City of Toronto Planning and Growth Management Committee RE: File Number: 16 168925 WET 06 OZ 1x, 2 and 10 Audley Street, 8 Newcastle Street, and 29, 31, 59 and 71 Portland Street Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application Dear…

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Threat to Mimico Waterfront Plan – Wed, Oct 19 Public Meeting

The Mimico Residents Association and the Mimico Lakeshore Community Network are co-hosting a public meeting on October 19, to discuss the OMB appeals against the Mimico Secondary Plan and the implications for the future development of the Etobicoke Lakeshore. Invite and share this Event on Facebook

Response from MPP Peter Milczyn re: Mimico GO Station improvement delay

Thank you for your email with regard to concerns about Metrolinx’s August 2016 update re the new timeline for the design, construction and completion of the improvements to Mimico GO Station. Metrolinx is currently transforming the GO rail network to be the backbone of regional rapid transit (RER).  This is one of the largest infrastructure projects in North America and…

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History of the Mimico Residents Association – Celebrating 10 years Since Incorporation!

Find out about the MRA’s roots, who was involved and how we started. Visit our new History of the MRA page for the whole story! Excerpt: The MRA was incorporated on July 25th, 2006. Upon the reminder of the 10th year anniversary since incorporation, founding member, Sandra Van, a founding executive member, exclaimed, “Wow 10 years…the idea is the easy…

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