Mimico Residents Association 2019 Annual General Meeting

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our annual general meeting at Mimico Centennial Library on March 20, 2019. We had over 80 people come out to hear what we had accomplished in the last year and to join Councillor Mark Grimes and MPP Christine Hogarth to discuss what is happening in Mimico and the wider Ward 3 area. Didn’t…

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2018-19 AGM and Annual Report

Date: Thursday March 21st Time: 7:30 – 9:00 PM Location: Mimico Centennial Library, 47 Station Rd, Etobicoke We’re excited to invite residents to the Mimico Residents Association Annual General Meeting. Please join us for a recap of what the association has been up to over the past year. Bring your questions for our guest speakers Councillor Mark Grimes and MPP…

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Metrolinx Open House Public Meeting July 5

Metrolinx is hosting an Open House Public Meeting on July 5, 2018 from 2 – 4pm and 6 – 8pm at Mimico Presbyterian Church (119 Mimico Avenue) to discuss the Mimico, Long Branch and potential Park Lawn GO stations. We had the opportunity to meet with representatives from Metrolinx earlier in the month and can provide you with some of…

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MRA 2017-18 Annual Report

Join us THURSDAY, MARCH 22nd for our Annual General Meeting Followed by Q&A with MPP Peter Milczyn and Councillor Mark Grimes Time: 7:30 – 9:00 pm Location: Mimico Library, 47 Station Rd DOWNLOAD THE ANNUAL REPORT HERE MEETING AGENDA 1.  Call to Order 2.  Quorum (at least 9 eligible voting members) and Registration of Proxies 3.  Welcome and introductions 4.  Approval…

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MRA 2016-17 Annual Report

2016-17 Annual Report [Annual Report PDF] [Treasurer’s Report PDF] Presented at the Annual General Meeting Thursday March 30th 2017 8:00 pm Mimico Library, 47 Station Rd, Etobicoke ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AGENDA Call to Order Quorum (at least 9 eligible voting members) and Registration of Proxies Welcome and introductions Approval of 2015 – 2016 AGM Minutes Business Arising from the Minutes…

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Mimico Community News – February 2017

Grand Manitoba Park Meeting: Public Open House Date: February 28, 207 Time: 6:30-8:30 PM Location: George R. Gauld Junior School, 200 Melrose St., Etobicoke, ON Come out to hear the latest update and summaries of the previous consultation events, and review and discuss the revised park design and options.  Visit for more information. Mimico Residents Association Annual General Meeting…

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The new Toronto Local Appeal Body could potentially reduce the power of the Ontario Municipal Board to overrule Toronto City Planning. We encourage local residents to get involved in the formation of this Body to oversee Toronto planning appeals. NOTICE OF PUBLIC BUSINESS MEETING – TORONTO LOCAL APPEAL BODY A Toronto Local Appeal Body business meeting will be held on:…

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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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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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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