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Six Points Interchange Construction Update – Nov. 9, 2017 message from City of Toronto

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Natural forms at Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration; setbacks between images at Dead Man’s Curve

This post is written as a digression, a digression from topics that actually interest site visitors. Sometimes, digressions motivate me to write a post. Photo book based on July 15, 2017 visit to Six Points Reconfiguration site I have created … Continue reading

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Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration is now underway

I attended a public meeting – in the form of an open house – at a Lithuanian   church located east of the Six Points Interchange some time back. I was pleased to receive an email today (July 14, 2017), indicating … Continue reading

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Public Event: Thursday, May 11, 2017 – Reconstructing the Six Points Interchange – A New Etobicoke Centre

Check here for details: Overview – Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration – Construction …   A previous post is entitled: May 2, 2015 Jane’s Walks: (1) Spaghetti Junction – The Farewell Tour; (2) New Toronto – Then and Now A March … Continue reading

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Update regarding Dead Man’s Curve at Brown’s Line and Lake Shore Blvd. West. Commentary: An EARLIER warning would work much better

Update A subsequent post is entitled: Anna writes: The entire Brown’s Line at Lake Shore intersection “needs a redesign” [End]   A previous post is entitled: Work in progress: Better signage might save lives, at “Dead Man’s Curve” at southbound … Continue reading

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Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines public meeting is on Sept. 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm, at the Ken Cox Community Centre

Etobicoke Guardian article regarding SvN Architects + Planners SvN Architects + Planners is involved with development of the ongoing Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines pilot project. A Sept. 19, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Firm wins Toronto design award for … Continue reading

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MPP Peter Milczyn April 2, 2016 e-News Update

The April 2, 2016 e-News Update from Peter Milczyn’s Office can be accessed here: MPP Peter Milczyn April 2, 2016 e-new update The opening paragraphs read: Dear Neighbour, I would like to thank everyone who joined me for my March … Continue reading

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Hurricane Hazel Talk – Thurs., Oct. 8, 2015 at Lambton House, 4066 Old Dundas St. (And a Jane’s Walk note.)

Hurricane Hazel Night At Lambton House 4066 Old Dundas Street Here’s the poster: Oct. 8th 2015[2] [See the jpeg version of the file at the end of this message.] Thursday October 8th, 2015 Dan Sandink of the Institute for Catastrophic … Continue reading

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Places to see in Toronto and Mississauga if you’re attending MCHS 2015 (Part 1)

If you are visiting Toronto for the MCHS 2015 Reunion, which takes place on October 17, 2015 at Old Mill Toronto, there are many places to see during your visit. The purpose of this post is to provide a brief … Continue reading

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Jane Jacobs contributed strongly to 1960s and 1970s intellectual currents

I recently came across a book, The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs (2012), that positions Jane Jacobs as among the most influential thinkers who contributed to the intellectual currents of the 1960s and 1970s – “along,” as the book notes … Continue reading

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