An Oct. 25, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Mimico groups pushing back against ‘westward wave’ of condo development: OMB decision ‘rather indecisive’, says Mimico Lakeshore Community Network co-chair.”
You can access the article at the link in the previous sentence.
Many things are happening this weekend and next week.
In Situ event is now on
1) A reminder first of all that the In Situ event at the Small Arms Building in Mississauga is now on:
I draw inspiration from what is happening in Mississauga:
14 Villa Road and similar lot splitting proposals in Long Branch: Residents seek to keep intact the social fabric and history of our community
2) In the event you have not yet sent a letter to the Committee of Adjustment regarding 14 Villa Road, please do so; doesn’t matter where you live; please do send in a letter.
A personalized letter of about one-and-a-half pages or so is probably the best, but a form or template letter works well also. Details regarding where to send your message are at the following post:
Please also encourage your friends and neighbours to write letters and turn up on Nov. 3 (please see below).
This is an issue that concerns so many of us.
The more networking we do among ourselves, the more we spread the word far and wide -even far beyond Long Branch – the better it is for all of us.
It is vitally important that we make our voices heard, in all of the ways that are available to us in a civil society.
Please attend the Nov. 3 (5:00 pm) Committee meeting at the Etobicoke Civic Centre
Please make every effort to attend the Nov. 3, 2016 Committee meeting at 5:00 pm at the Etobicoke Civic Centre. Your presence at the meeting (just being there) will make a huge difference for us!
In the event you have not see our video featuring the oldest resident on Villa Road, you can access it at this link:
Other links of interest and relevance include: