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Newsletter #10- July 31, 2006

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NEWS UPDATE – EDWARDS GARDENS NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION – VOTE AT NORTH YORK COMMUNITY COUNCIL DEFEATS TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT – 20 TOWNHOUSES, 2 LOTS, BAYVIEW AVENUE NEAR POST ROAD – HELP PREVENT ‘HIGH-DENSITY DEVELOPMENT’ – GET INVOLVED To: All residents on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Bridle Heath Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road, and Hyde […]

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Newsletter #9- June 28, 2006

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News Update – Edwards Gardens Neighbourhood Association – 20 Townhouses, 2 Lots, Bayview Avenue Near Post Road – Help Prevent This ‘High-Density Development’ Get Involved To: All residents on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Bridle Heath Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road, and Hyde Park Circle. Item: Opposing 20 Townhouses at 2425/2427 Bayview Avenue. […]

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Newsletter #8- April 3, 2006

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NEWS UPDATE – EDWARDS GARDENS NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION – 20 TOWNHOUSES, 2 LOTS, BAYVIEW AVENUE NEAR POST ROAD – HELP PREVENT THIS ‘HIGH-DENSITY DEVELOPMENT’ – GET INVOLVED To: All residents on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Bridle Health Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road and Hyde Park Circle. Item: An application for rezoning has been […]

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Newsletter #7- Jan 31, 2006

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NEWS ADVISORY – ‘SPEED HUMPS’ REMAIN IN BRIDLE PATH At the City Council on January 31st 2006 Council adopted the vote in favour of retaining the traffic calming – ‘Speed Humps’ in our neighbourhood. The ‘Speed Humps’ on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Park Lane Circle and High Point will remain and status quo will […]

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Newsletter #6- Jan 31, 2006

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NEWS ADVISORY – ‘SPEED HUMPS’ REMAIN IN BRIDLE PATH On January 31st 2006, City Council adopted the recommendations of North York Community Council to retain the ‘speed humps’ on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Park Lane Circle and High Point Road. Interested Residents can access the full City Staff Report on ‘Speed Humps’ The Board […]

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Newsletter #5- Jan 6, 2006

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IMPORTANT NOTICE UPCOMING VOTE AT NORTH YORK COMMUNITY COUNCIL (NYCC) ON REMOVAL OF THE ‘SPEED HUMPS’ IN THE BRIDLE PATH NEIGHBOURHOOD ATTEND THE MEETING AT NYCC on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at Council Chambers, North York Civic Centre, Lower Level, 5100 Yonge Street at 9.45 a.m. for the Vote on ‘Speed Humps.’ It is essential […]

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Newsletter #4- Oct 26, 2005

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IMPORTANT COMMUNITY CONSULTATION MEETING ON TRAFFIC CALMING – ‘SPEED HUMPS’ & NEIGHBOURHOOD UPDATE NEWSLETTER # 4: BRIDLE PATH HOLD THIS DATE – Monday, 21st November, Edwards Gardens 7 – 9 p.m. The Community Consultation Meeting with city staff, Councillors and Ratepayers Associations from Wards 25 and 34, and Allen J. Pinkerton, Manager, Transportation Services Division, […]

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Newsletter #3- Sept 13, 2005

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NEWSLETTER # 3: BRIDLE PATH – ACTION COMMITTEE TO MAINTAIN NEIGHBOURHOOD TRAFFIC CALMING – ‘SPEED HUMPS’ IMPORTANT NEWS – ‘PRESERVE OUR HUMPS’ To: All residents on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Bridle Health Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road and Hyde Park Circle What is the issue? The current speed humps that provide partial […]

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Newsletter #2- August 4, 2005

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TRAFFIC CALMING HUMPS IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD MIGHT BE REMOVED BACKGROUNDER To Residents on Post Road, Bridle Heath Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road, Bridle Path and Hyde Park Circle Issue: On May 31st, 2005 North York Community Council (NYCC) considered a request by the Executive Member, Don Valley East Residents & Ratepayer Inc. (Ward […]

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Newsletter #1- July 20th, 2005

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NEWSLETTER TO THE BRIDLE PATH COMMUNITY – JULY 20TH, 2005 TRAFFIC CALMING HUMPS (BUMPS) IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD MIGHT BE REMOVED – ACTION NEEDED NOW! To Residents on Post Road, The Bridle Path, Bridle Heath Gate, Park Lane Circle, High Point Road and Hyde Park Circle: Issue: The current speed humps (bumps) in our communities that […]

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