A previous post discusses who the Committee members are:
By way of an update, there are now only 4 members:
The 5th member, Nathan Muscat, as I understand, is no longer a member. They are recruiting for someone else.
Details from Sept. 13, 2015 post from David Godley:
Members of Committee of Adjustment as of September 2015 (see note above regarding changes to the membership)
Dominic Gulli is an academically trained urban planner, with over 35 years of experience in city and transportation planning. As a former Director for the City of Toronto in the Transportation Services Division, Dominic was responsible for the delivery of transportation services in accordance with the City’s Strategic Plans. The only member reappointed.
Megan McIver received a BA in Environmental Policy and Business Administration from Trent University. Megan began her career at Queen’s Park where she served as Issues Manager to two of Ontario’s Cabinet Ministers, and Senior Advisor to Ontario’s Minister of Finance. In 2015, Megan joined Scotiabank’s Small Business Banking team as a Business Analyst where her focus is on regulatory compliance. Megan is an environmentalist, women’s and children’s advocate, and volunteer.
Nathan is a life-long Toronto resident, passionate about cities and development. He is a trained planner and practices municipal, real estate and development law at the Region of Peel. Nathan attended planning school at Ryerson University and studied law at the Universities of Windsor and Detroit. He worked on revitalization initiatives in Detroit and volunteers with the OBA Municipal Law Executive. He has experience acting for private owners and municipalities on various planning matters.
Edwin (Ted) Shepherd
Edwin (Ted) Shepherd has practiced architecture in Canada, England and South Africa, and was Vice President of the Ontario Association of Architects, Director of Pro-Demnity Insurance Company and is on the board of the Foundation for Architectural Research. Ted also was Director of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, and President of the Markham Board of Trade. Ted has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto and is a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
NB Ted was substitute for Tony Vella a conservationist at Council. He served on the North York COA last term.
Allan Smithies graduated from Sheridan College’s Transportation Planning program in 1978, and was employed by the former City of Etobicoke in a number of positions including Transportation Planner and Manager of Transportation Planning. Most recently, Allan served as Manager of Traffic Planning/Right of Way Management for the City of Toronto from 1999 until his retirement in March 2014
[End of text from David Godley’s Sept. 13, 2015 post]