Aug. 5, 2013 Information Display related to Marie Curtis Park (including sand beach) features a valuable overview

In an earlier post I referred to Information Displays related to the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment project.

I attended the Aug. 5, 2013 Information Display at Marie Curtis Park and was impressed with the quality of information that was shared, and with the means by which it was communicated.

I will share information from the Display in subsequent posts. The purpose of the current post is to underline the fact that the current plan calls for retention of most of the sand beach between Etobicoke Creek and Applewood Creek.

Below is a photo of a poster that I observed prior to the event:

Information Poster at Marie Curtis Park, August 2013. Jaan Pill photo

Here is a close-up of the poster:

Jaan Pill photo

A still closer view of the poster indicates the the plan calls for the retention of most of the sand beach between Etobicoke Creek and Applewood Creek:

Jaan Pill photo.

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