Public meeting on redevelopment of Humbertown Plaza will take place on September 11, 2012 at 7:00 pm, at Martingrove Collegiate Institute (Eglinton and Martingrove)

I’m pleased to share with you the following message from:

The Kingsway Park Ratepayers Inc. Board and

The Humber Valley Village Association

Meeting is on September 11, 2012 at 7:00 pm at Martingrove C. I.

The ONE AND ONLY public meeting on the redevelopment of Humbertown Plaza will be held on September 11th, at 7:00pm, at Martingrove Collegiate Institute (Eglinton and Martingrove).

You will not get a second chance to effectively express your views.

If you do not come, be prepared to live with the resulting change to our neighbourhood.

A detailed progress report from the Humber Valley Village Residents Association is attached for your review [please click on the file below to read the report]”

HHVRA Aug 2012 Final [2]

Further details can be found at http://www.hvvra.ca/

The developer, First Capital Realty, remains insistent on building 650,000 square feet of residential space in towers of up to 21 stories. (Because of design issues, it will actually be approximately 40% taller that the existing 17 storey building on Ashley Road.) They have said they believe they can get planning approval for what they want. In our view, their vision will change the character of our community forever, and will open the flood gates to high-rise development all the way up The Kingsway.

We respectfully request that you come to this meeting, see the proposal, and have your concerns heard by First Capital Realty, Tridel, City planning staff and your Councillor. We understand that everyone has busy lives, but your attendance at this meeting is important. Numbers count in the eyes of the City and its politicians. Please ask your friends and neighbours to attend as well. The future of our neighbourhood is at stake!

You CAN have an impact in the outcome and future of Humbertown. Thank you for your support.

 

The Kingsway Park Ratepayers Inc. Board

The Humber Valley Village Association

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