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Aug. 5, 2013 Information Display related to Marie Curtis Park (including sand beach) features a valuable overview

In an earlier post I referred to Information Displays related to the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment project. I attended the Aug. 5, 2013 Information Display at Marie Curtis Park and was impressed with the quality of information that was shared, and with the means by which it was communicated. I will share information from […]

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Message of July 26, 2013 regarding Information Displays related to Marie Curtis Park (including the Sand Beach topic)

The following message of July 26, 2013 is from Michael Charendoff, Coordinator, Watershed Projects, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority: [It’s taken me until July 30 to post it as I am on a Summer Schedule in my volunteer work at the Preserved Stories website.] Message from Michael Charendoff: Good afternoon, The Region of Peel and […]

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David Switzer of Long Branch shares his comments regarding plans for sand beach at Marie Curtis Park

I’m pleased to have the opportunity to post the following comment from David Switzer of Long Branch concerning the sand beach at Marie Curtis Park. I share his comments in the spirit of reporting on an ongoing conversation. I am pleased that ongoing communications regarding the Mississauga Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment Project are proceeding in […]

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Plans regarding sand beach at Marie Curtis Park: Response from Kenneth Dion, Toronto and Region Conservation

Update: An August 6, 2013 post, among others in the Etobicoke Creek Category at this website, provides an update to this post. [End of update] In previous blog posts, I’ve described plans discussed in the context of the Mississauga Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment Project regarding the sand beach at Marie Curtis Park between Etobicoke Creek […]

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‘Beach’ plans for the Lakeview – and Long Branch – side of Marie Curtis Park

Update: This topic is also discussed in another blog post. It’s also discussed at this blog post highlighting comments from David Switzer of Long Branch. I didn’t have the opportunity to attend the recent consultation about the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project Environmental Assessment in Mississauga. It’s my understanding, however, that one of the options would involve […]