Where can one get a Stop the Lot Splitting – Preserve the Character of Long Branch lawn sign?

The sign is not a product of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association. Jaan Pill photo.

The sign is not a product of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association. Jaan Pill photo.

 

By way of an update, I now have the required information regarding the question:

“Where can one get a Stop the Lot Splitting – Preserve the Character of Long Branch lawn sign?”

If anybody would like a sign, please contact me and I will let you know who will be able to provide you one.

Please note the earlier post:

What impact would lawn signs have on development issues facing Long Branch (Toronto)?

Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines Pilot Project

As well, the following post has links related to the Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines Pilot Project, which is concerned among other things with defining the character of Long Branch; one can also say that the Guidelines project is concerned, as well, with defining what constitutes sensitive development in our community:

Please spread the word among your neighbours regarding situation involving property damage along Long Branch Avenue

History of Long Branch

For background reading regarding the history of Long Branch, a useful resource is entitled:

History of Long Branch (Toront0) – Draft 4

 

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