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After intensive, two-stage letter writing campaign in 2011, former Parkview School site, at 85 Fortieth St. in Long Branch, remains in public hands

After intensive, two-stage letter writing campaign in 2011, former Parkview School site, at 85 Fortieth St. in Long Branch, remains in public hands In the 21 years that we have lived in Long Branch, one memorable event stands out, among the many exciting things that have happened in those years. In October 2010, we learned, […]

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We seek request your help — today — with a letter-writing campaign aimed at protecting Toronto’s neighbourhoods

Media Release February 17, 2012 Long Branch resident calls on Etobicoke Councillors and residents to stop the severances Local residemts are asking Councillors and the community to stop the latest developer attempt to chop up property in Long Branch and elsewhere, and to protect Toronto’s neighbourhoods. Etobicoke, Ontario A local Long Branch resident is calling upon the Etobicoke […]

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Charlotte Sheasby-Coleman of Mimico has written a most impressive letter concerning 58 Wheatfield Road and the Mimico Cultural Heritage Resource Assessment

I am pleased to have the opportunity to share a most impressive letter from Charlotte Sheasby-Coleman of Mimico to the Etobicoke York Community Council: Subject: Re: Mimico Heritage Considerations – 58 Wheatfield Road and the Mimico Cultural Heritage Resource Assessment Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 6:38 PM To: Etobicoke Community Council <etcc@toronto.ca> Dear Chair […]

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Please send a letter of support before Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 meeting re: 58 Wheatfield Road, Mimico – Intent to Designate under Ontario Heritage Act

I am writing to ask you for help, with regard to an urgent and time-sensitive, community-based project aimed at preservation of a key heritage building in Mimico in south Etobicoke. You can make a huge difference by writing a letter (brief or lengthy: every letter matters) before the deadline. It doesn’t matter where you live; […]

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December 2015 newsletter from TDSB Trustee Pamela Gough

The following newsletter is from TDSB Trustee Pamela Gough, who along with the local MPP at the time, Laurel Broten, some years ago played a key role, which is much appreciated by the local residents, in enabling the former Parkview School to remain in public hands. My own interest in local matters dates from the time […]