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Provincial Review of the Ontario Municipal Board October

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Dear Friends and Neighbours, The province has recently launched a review of the scope and effectiveness of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). Unfortunately, the OMB plays an influential role in our City’s planning process and the development of Ward 25 communities. From the unprecedented intensification at Yonge and Eglinton to the transformation of Bayview Avenue […]

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PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE Edwards Gardens & Toronto Botanical Garden

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YOU’RE INVITED! PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE Edwards Gardens & Toronto Botanical Garden Reimagining the Gardens Reimagining the Gardens is an initiative led by the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division, in partnership with the Toronto Botanical Garden to develop a joint Master Plan and Management Plan. Please join us for our first Public Open House to learn more […]

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Update – Trees at 103 and 108 Bayview Ridge

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Dear Friends and Neighbours, As you know, I was devastated earlier this summer when a developer clear cut trees at 103 and 108 Bayview Ridge. At that time, I urged the Mayor and the General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation to hold the developer accountable for their reprehensible actions. I’m writing to let you […]

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Councillor Robinson’s Fall 2016 Update

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Fall 2016 eNewsletter Dear Friends and Neighbours, The fall season is now upon us, and it’s been a busy few months at City Hall and in Ward 25! First and foremost, I want to share that the province has formally launched a review of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). Since I was elected in 2010, […]

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Wildlife in the City: Coyotes

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Animal Services                       Breed from late January to March: gestation is 60-63 days. Each year they produce one litter of one to 12 young. Venture outside of their den at three to four weeks and begin to explore the world around them. Young stay with their parents until the fall. Have an average life […]

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Trees at 103 and 108 Bayview Ridge

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Dear Friends and Neighbours, As you know, I was devastated to learn of the clear cutting of over 30 trees last week at 103 and 108 Bayview Ridge. Staff have confirmed that this is one of the most significant violations of the City’s Tree By-laws. Bayview is one of the greenest and most vibrant neighbourhoods […]

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Pre-Construction Notice

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Road Reconstruction on Lawrence Ave East from the West End at Bayview Avenue to Leslie Street Expected Start Date: Summer 2016 Expected End Date: Fall 2016 *Timeline is subject to change. Future notice to be provided. The City of Toronto is planning to reconstruct the road on Lawrence Ave East from the west end at […]

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Councillor Robinson’s March 2016 Update

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Spring has arrived in Toronto – and with it, the culmination of a number of initiatives I’ve been working toward, based on your feedback, since I was first elected. Most significantly, City Council recently approved the final report on the implementation of a Local Appeal Body (LAB) in Toronto, which I championed in the last term. The LAB will […]

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Councillor Robinson’s February 2016 Update

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Early 2016 has been busy as usual at City Hall! As Chair of the Public Works & Infrastructure Committee, I kickstarted the year by sharing in the announcement of the next phase of the city’s congestion management plan. It’s time to get Toronto moving – you can read full details on the plan below. One […]

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Councillor Robinson’s November 2015 Update

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Dear Friends and Neighbours, Winter is right around the corner! As 2015 draws to a close, I’ve made a push to make road safety a priority going into the New Year. You can read about my Traffic Calming Options Manual, which will be featured as part of the upcoming Road Safety Plan, and also about my […]

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