Category Archives: Long Branch

Conserving Long Branch – September 2016 Update from David Godley: Redevelopment proposal for apartments on Lake Promenade

Updates from David Godley for the previous month, August 2016, include: Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update from David Godley Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update Addendum from David Godley The following Sept. 1, 2016 message is from … Continue reading

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New 3-minute video from Heritage Mississauga features Small Arms Ltd. wartime munitions plant in Lakeview

This post – along with future posts featuring interviews that I recorded on Aug. 25, 2016 – is concerned with an impressive, engaging 3-minute YouTube video about the Small Arms Ltd. munitions factory that was located in Lakeview, Mississauga just west … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update Addendum from David Godley

The current post is an addendum to an earlier post entitled:  Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update from David Godley The photos at this post are from a previous post from David Godley entitled: Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines … Continue reading

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Woman robbed at Forty First St. and Lake Shore Blvd. West of prescription drugs with $10,000 street value

An Aug. 17, 2016 Toronto Star article is entitled: “Woman robbed of prescription drugs with $10,000 street value: Police say the 63-year-old was pushed by two assailants, who stole hundreds of painkillers and muscle relaxants.” The opening paragraphs read: Police are … Continue reading

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In Situ, a multi arts festival at the Small Arms Building in Mississauga, will take place Oct. 27 to 29, 2016

Click here for previous posts about the Small Arms Building >     The following information is from a Facebook post announcing a public Festival hosted by the Small Arms Society: In Situ is a multi-arts festival taking place in … Continue reading

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Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines Pilot Project – Illustrated Analysis Grid prepared by David Godley

David Godley of Long Branch has prepared the following photos and text for his August 2016 August Update Addendum. His August 2016 Update can be accessed here: Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update from David Godley Four categories of photos – … Continue reading

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Singer Songwriter Tell All in Support of Sick Kids Hospital on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm at Humber College Auditorium (Lakeshore Campus)

I am pleased to share with you the following message from Jem Cain: This event is organized by a Mom in our community as a Thank You to support Sick Kids Hospital. The line up of talent is amazing! Tickets … Continue reading

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Where can one get a Stop the Lot Splitting – Preserve the Character of Long Branch lawn sign?

  By way of an update, I now have the required information regarding the question: “Where can one get a Stop the Lot Splitting – Preserve the Character of Long Branch lawn sign?” If anybody would like a sign, please contact … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch – August 2016 Update from David Godley

The following message is from David Godley of Long Branch: Summer Greetings form Long Branch New applications 11 Walnut, Variances. Scheduled Sept. 1, 2016 Committee of Adjustment (COA) 5 Ramsgate, Severance and variance for soldier houses (3 storey soldier houses 0.35 … Continue reading

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Please spread the word among your neighbours regarding situation involving property damage along Long Branch Avenue

I would like to follow up on a recent post at the Long Branch Neighbourhood Watch Facebook group. At the above-noted Facebook group, I have described instances where plants at the back, front, and sides of a house on the west … Continue reading

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