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The question of lawn signs and the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association (LBNA), which is currently being formed

In a previous post, I have highlighted points of view regarding anti-severance lawn signs in Long Branch: What impact would lawn signs have on development issues facing Long Branch (Toronto)? The gist of the post is that the lawn signs … Continue reading

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Update and May 9, 2016 meeting invite from Brian Liberty of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association

The following message is from Brian Liberty of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association: Greetings from Long Branch! I hope you are enjoying the shift into Spring and are out appreciating many of the great things in the neighbourhood; the buds … Continue reading

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One-page survey was circulated at Nov. 30, 2015 Long Branch Neighbourhood Association launch meeting

I have discussed the Nov. 30, 2015 meeting elsewhere; you can find previous posts by doing a search, using the internal search engine at this website, for “Long Branch Neighbourhood Association.” Some key points Some key points from the Nov. … Continue reading

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Dec. 7, 2015 meeting at Humber College will focus on the next steps for the (tentatively named) Long Branch Neighbourhood Association

Dec. 7 meeting will focus on the next steps for the Association Quite a large group of residents, at a public meeting at Humber College on Nov. 30, 2015, indicated they plan to attend the Dec. 7, 2015 meeting at … Continue reading

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On Nov. 30, 2015, I attended the launch of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association

Below is a quick overview of the public meeting that took place at the Lakeshore Campus of Humber College on Nov. 30, 2015, for the launch of what is tentatively known as the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association. The meeting was in the L Building … Continue reading

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Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, 7:00 pm at Humber College Lakeshore Campus, L-Building: Join your neighbours and help create a Long Branch Neighbourhood Association

To access a PDF version of the poster below, click here: LBNA-Nov30-15-meeting-letterflyer For a closer view of the poster, click on the image; click again to enlarge it further    Notes regarding spellings and boundaries Humber College Lakeshore Campus is … Continue reading

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Formation of Long Branch Neighbourhood Association

The following message is from David Godley of Long Branch: A piece of Long Branch history will start on November 30, 2015. Be part of it! A community meeting organised by Brian Liberty, a resident of Long Branch, will be … Continue reading

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Long Branch Neighbourhood Association Launch – Monday, Nov. 30, 2015 at Humber College L-Building, 7:00 pm

I have attended three meetings in the past year chaired by Brian Liberty of Long Branch, which have had the purpose of laying the ground work for the launch of a neighbourhood group in Long Branch. The meetings, of an … Continue reading

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John Stewart of Wiarton has added a comment to a previous post about the 1958 fire at the Long Branch Hotel

John Stewart of Wiarton has added a comment to a previous post about the fire at the Long Branch hotel; he writes: “Our family grew up on 31 Arcadian Circle from 1939 to 1998. I remember the Long Branch hotel … Continue reading

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Input from Jaan Pill of Preserved Stories regarding Feb. 7, 2017 Long Branch Guidelines Draft

As a rule, I make it a practice to avoid posting my own input with regard to ongoing public consultations such as the Long Branch Guidelines Draft. Instead, I just send in my comments and then I forget about it. … Continue reading

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