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Mimico Residents Association – March 16, 2016 Community News Update

You can access the update here.  

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Mimico Secondary Plan OMB Hearing resumes Tues., Feb. 2, 2016

The following message has been forwarded by Brian Bailey of the CCFEW (Citizens Concerned About the Future of the Etobicoke Waterfront): The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) hearing considering appeals of the Mimico by the Lake (Mimico 2020) secondary plan resumes … Continue reading

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LAMP community kitchen may be in jeopardy after Wesley Mimico Place development cancelled – Jan. 21, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian

A Jan. 28, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Rising heritage costs, bureaucracy the main reasons behind Wesley Mimico Place project’s cancellation: Mixed-use facility was to house seniors apartments and a community kitchen.” A Jan. 21, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article … Continue reading

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LAMP Community Health Centre receives Ontario Trillium Foundation grant to build an industrial kitchen at Wesley Mimico United Church – Jan. 13, 2015 Etobicoke Guardian

Please note these updates: LAMP community kitchen may be in jeopardy after Wesley Mimico Place development cancelled – Jan. 21, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian A Jan. 28, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Rising heritage costs, bureaucracy the main reasons behind … Continue reading

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You Are Invited – Wesley Mimico Place – Information Gathering, May 2, 2015

Click here to access the Mimico Wesley United Church back story > Click here to access the Wesley Mimico Place website > The following information is from the Wesley Mimico Place website (see link above): Information Gathering, Saturday, May 2, … Continue reading

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Metrolinx walked away from partnership with Mimico developer (April 10, 2015 CBC article)

An April 10, 2015 CBC article is entitled: “First-of-its-kind condo deal has been mired in financial troubles: Metrolinx walked away from partnership with developer.” The opening paragraphs read: “Shovels are in the ground for a new west-end development that was … Continue reading

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Message from Mimico Lakeshore Network regarding Dec, 19, 2014 “more towers” Mimico-by-the-Lake Secondary Plan pre-hearing conference

The following message is from the Mimico Lakeshore Network: The two landowners appealing the Mimico-by-the-Lake Secondary Plan are proposing more towers. Last September, we told you about a 28 storey-tower suggested for the plaza lands located at 2491 Lake Shore … Continue reading

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Wesley Mimico Place update: Wesley Mimico Place development has been cancelled – Jan. 21, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian

The most recent updates can be accessed here: A Jan. 28, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Rising heritage costs, bureaucracy the main reasons behind Wesley Mimico Place project’s cancellation: Mixed-use facility was to house seniors apartments and a community … Continue reading

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How would you like Wesley Mimico Place’s new community space to look? July 23, 2014 workshop

  You can find more information about Wesley Mimico Place here. Background about Wesley Mimico United Church can be found here. The following message is from Wesley Mimico Place:   The Workshop How would you like Wesley Mimico Place’s new … Continue reading

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Toronto City Council Decision – Wesley Mimico United Church redevelopment

Michael Harrison writes: Good Morning: At its meeting beginning on July 8, 2014 and proceeding over the following few days, Toronto City Council adopted the recommendations from Etobicoke-York Community Council and the Toronto Preservation Board with regard to the adaptation … Continue reading

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