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The Long Branch resident, whose email messages are highlighted at the above-noted post, has sent the following message to Choice Prperties REIT:
I have had no response to a couple of emails to this address [that is, email@example.com at the Choice Propertis REIT website] asking for reassurance that the trees on the street frontage of your property at 3730 Lakeshore Blvd. West will not be removed because your large sign was erected (I presume incorrectly) between two mature trees. Long Branch is a community that cherishes our heritage and our trees and the City has just spent months developing “Long Branch Character Guidelines” which points out the importance of our tree heritage. We hope that Choice Properties will respect that heritage also!
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Update: Message from a site visitor
A site visitor has shared the following message:
Hi, has anyone checked on the fact that signs are not permitted on city property such as the one shown in the photos? This includes signs such as commercial ones, electoral signs etc.That is a city bylaw. I reported a number of homes for sale signs on city property and had them removed to private property via an order from the city. Of course this did not sit well with the real estate agent but he had to remove them at his own expense.
Oct. 10, 2017 deadline for Character Guidelines comments
With regard to the “Long Branch Character Guidelines,” please note the deadline for comments is Oct. 10 as noted at this post:
Comments can be sent (please note email below) to:
Community Planning, City Planning
City of Toronto
Etobicoke York District
2 Civic Centre Court, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M9C 5A3
Tel: 416-394-8025 | Fax: 416-394-6063 | Email: Sabrina.Salatino@toronto.ca