We urge you to again show your support for designation of 28 Daisy Avenue under the Ontario Heritage Act

We urge you to write a letter or send an email today in support of the designation of 28 Daisy Avenue under the Ontario Heritage Act

28 Daisy Avenue. Jaan Pill photo

We owe thanks to all of the people who took the time to write a letter of support for designation of 28 Daisy Avenue under the Ontario Heritage Act. I’m pleased to know the Preserved Stories website has helped in publicizing the earlier letter writing project.

We urge you to write again, this time to Robert Saunders (see below), to ensure that this project – involving many residents and dedicated to the preservation of the oldest remaining building in Long Branch – arrives at a satisfactory conclusion.

Toronto Designation Panel meets on Feb. 14, 2013

The Toronto Preservation Panel will be making a decision on a recommendation to designate 28 Daisy Avenue under the Ontario Heritage Act at its meeting of Feb. 14, 2013.

Letters/emails of support can be sent to:

Robert Saunders, Chair and Members of the Toronto Preservation Board
c/o Janette Gerrard
12th floor, West Tower, City Hall
100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

email: jgerrar@toronto.ca
phone: 416-398-5848
fax: 416-392-2980

The more letters or emails – emails work just as well as letters – can be sent out the better.

Please urge others in your circle of contacts to send emails and letters as well. Please contact them today.

At the link below you can fine the nomination form that explains why this property should be designated under the Ontario Heritage Act:

28 Daisy Avenue – Heritage Property Nomination Form

This Sept. 27, 2012 article by Tamara Shephard in The Etobicoke Guardian provides additional background, as does this previous blog post at the Preserved Stories website.

 

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