If you live in Mimico, please fill out this Mimico 20/20 survey for the Mimico Residents Association
The following message is from the Mimico Residents Association:
February 2013 – Important Mimico 20/20 Survey
Have your say before the councillors vote on the Mimico 20/20 Revitalization Plan.
Take our short three question survey.
We are at a critical point in the Mimico 20/20 planning process. The Mimico Residents Association (MRA) would like your input to help us formalize our official position on the current version of the Mimico 20/20 Revitalization Plan (the Plan).
Etobicoke York Community Council will vote on the Plan as early as February 26, 2013.
The MRA is interested in knowing how YOU would vote if you were a councillor.
We would also like your opinion specifically on affordable housing and 1:1 rental replacement.
Based on feedback from our recent Community surveys, there are polarized views relating to how the Plan addresses the following:
- Heights and density
- Relocation of replacement rental units
- Affordable housing
The Plan currently states that it would consider relocating some of the rental units along Lake Shore to areas immediately within the community. The theory is that this would allow for less building height by the lake while maintaining the 1:1 rental unit replacement policy. These units are defined as “affordable rental housing.”
While you may or may not agree with all aspects of the current Plan, please consider the following as you go through the survey:
- If the Plan is approved, development in the area will have defined parameters and guidelines to follow based on Community input.
- If Council votes to reject the Plan, development could begin without these parameters and guidelines. Existing City regulations will be in force.
- It is possible that the Plan could be approved or rejected, in full or in part, by Council.
- Council could vote to defer consideration and instruct City staff to conduct more work before reviewing the Plan again at a later date.
At any time, if a development proposal is rejected by the City, then the developer can proceed and request a hearing at the OMB. The MRA has learned that there is a greater likelihood of success for community’s residents at a hearing, when their views match the City’s secondary plan.
The survey consists of only three key questions; however, before you start, please ensure you are familiar with the Mimico 20/20 Plan.
Visit www.toronto.ca/planning/mimico2020.htm for information.
And as always, your responses will remain anonymous.
CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY
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