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Councillor Grimes moves to meet with locals and take action re: Waterfront Path Safety

Press release from Councillor Grimes’ office: Wednesday September 9th, 2015 For Immediate Release  Need for Increased Safety Measures on the Waterfront Trai Toronto, Ontario – In response to increasing concerns regarding safety on the Waterfront Trail in the areas of Humber Bay Shores and Mimico in ward 6, Councillor Mark Grimes has requested City staff investigate measures that can be…

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Phase 1 of the Waterfront Linear Park

Letter to Councillor Grimes re: Mimico Waterfront Trail Safety

Sent: July 24, 2015 To: Councillor Mark Grimes, councillor_grimes@toronto.ca Dear Councillor Grimes, I am writing again on behalf of the Mimico Residents Association to urge you to take immediate action to further improve the safety of the Mimico Waterfront Trail for pedestrians and cyclists. As we outlined in our letter of April 2014 (attached), the Waterfront Trail has become a…

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25-Storeys by-the-Lake – Article in Novae Res Urbis Magazine

Published February 20, 2015 25-STOREYS BY-THE-LAKE – Mimico plan challenged By Edward LaRusic With the first development proposal within the secondary plan area not reflecting the Mimico-by-the-Lake vision, residents fear the secondary plan will be significantly revised before it is even implemented. Shoreline Towers Inc. proposes to construct a 25-storey building on an existing parking lot at 2313 and 2323…

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Phase 1 of the Waterfront Linear Park

Response from Councillor Grimes re: Mixed use path signage

Received via email August 13, 2014 in response to MRA’s letter April 2, 2014. Re: Improving Mixed-Use signage on Mimico’s Waterfront Trail Dear John, Thank you for your letter of April 2, 2014 stating your concerns and looking towards solutions for issues along the Mimico Waterfront Trail. The Waterfront trail, like the vast majority of trails in the City of…

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Phase 1 of the Waterfront Linear Park

MRA Letter to Councillor Grimes re: Improving Mixed-Use Path signage

Sent: April 2, 2014 Re: Improving Mixed-Use signage on Mimico’s Waterfront Trail Dear Councillor Grimes, The Mimico Residents Association (MRA) would like to thank you, Waterfront Toronto and the TRCA for the improvements to Mimico’s Waterfront Trail over the past few years. We look forward  to the future improvements being planned for Amos Waites Park. The MRA has observed and…

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