The April 2, 2016 e-News Update from Peter Milczyn’s Office can be accessed here:
The opening paragraphs read:
I would like to thank everyone who joined me for my March Break Free Family Movie and Family Skate. A great time was had by everyone and I look forward to carrying on this tradition next year!
It is time once again for you to nominate your favourite business, community and service organizations that are unique to Etobicoke-Lakeshore for a GEM award. You can find more information and a link to download the application form below. Don’t wait to send in your nominations – by email, fax, Canada Post or drop them off at 933 The Queensway – as the deadline is May 5, 2016! I hope that interested residents will join me on Wednesday, May 25th, at 7 pm at the Assembly Hall located at I Colonel Sam Smith Park Drive (Kipling and Lake Shore Blvd West) for the Gems of Etobicoke-Lakeshore Recognition Ceremony. Help us to celebrate the business and community organizations that make our community sparkle!
In 2011 when I was Councillor, Ward 5, Etobicoke-Lakeshore and Chair of the Planning and Growth Management Committee, I put forward a motion to establish a Sub committee of the Planning and Growth Management Committee to develop a structure, relationship framework and implementation plan for a Local Appeal Body to hear appeals of Committee of Adjustment decisions on Minor Variance and Consent Applications. I am thrilled to advise that City Council on March 31, 2016 approved the Report to establish a Local Appeal Body (LAB) for Toronto. To review the report, please click here
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To read the full newsletter, which includes much information of value to residents of Etobicoke-Lakeshore, please click at the link at the top of this page.
The photos at this post are from the May 2, 2015 Jane’s Walk – that is, last year, in 2015 – led by MPP Peter Milczyn
The photos accompanying this post are from the Jane’s Walk that Peter Milczyn led at the Six Points Interchange – also called The Spaghetti Junction – on May 2, 2015. Previous posts related to this and other Jane’s Walks include the following:
Also of interest was a Jane’s Walk led by Ward 1, City of Mississauga Councillor Jim Tovey on May 3, 2015 (that is, last year):