Toronto Local Appeal Body decision regarding 80 Twenty Third St. in Long Branch now available

Please write a letter of objection (soon as possible) regarding proposed three-storey house at 290 Lake Promenade across from Len Ford Park in Long Branch

June 2019 Long Branch Update from David Godley

Long Branch residents say similar lot-splitting proposals have led to vastly different decisions, by Toronto Local Appeal Body

During the 21 years that I have lived in Long Branch with my family, I have learned many things. During our years in Long Branch, I have learned, for example, that the culture of decision making is decidedly more coherent and robust in Mississauga than it is in Toronto. That is evident, as I’ve noted […]

What will Long Branch look like after OMB has gone?

What will Long Branch look like, after the Ontario Municipal Board has come and gone? Will the physical character of Long Branch be preserved, or will it be destroyed, even after the OMB has come and gone? The culture of decision-making at the Ontario Municipal Board has changed dramatically over the past 25 years. Bill […]

Culture of decision making at the OMB changed dramatically over the past 25 years; Bill 139 seeks to get land-use planning back on the right track

As a resident of south Etobicoke for the past 20 years, I’ve been following, with much interest, recent initiatives to reform the Ontario Municipal Board. I’ve made it a point, in this context, to attend two days of hearings at Queen’s Park in October 2017, regarding the provincial government’s OMB Reform legislation, before the legislation (known as […]

Long Branch Character Guidelines feature historical details regarding the evolution of Long Branch Park

I am working on details related to a May 5, 2018 Jane’s Walk entitled “Evolution of Long Branch Park” that MPP Peter Milczyn will be leading in Long Branch. The following text is from the Long Branch Character Guidelines document: Frontage and Severances: From the initial subdivision of land to pave way for Long Branch Park […]

Heritage Bike Ride in Long Branch (that is, a Jane’s Ride/Walk) takes place on May 6, 2018

Updates Click here to access walk details at Jane’s Walk Toronto Facebook page > The walk is also listed for Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Jane’s Walk Toronto website. [End] The Long Branch Neighbourhood Association has asked David Juliusson of Long Branch to help organize a Jane’s Walk/Ride for May 6, 2018. He has contacted […]

Councillor Sarah Doucette was final speaker, prior to Nov. 14, 2017 Etobicoke York Community Council vote, regarding Long Branch Character Guidelines

The following transcript is part of a package of links appearing at a previous post regarding the Nov. 14, 2017 meeting at which the Etobicoke York Community Council unanimously adopted the Long Branch Character Guidelines. Before the vote, on a motion regarding the Guidelines, two Councillors –  Mark Grimes (Ward 6) and Sarah Doucette (Ward 13) spoke. […]

Meeting of Long Branch Neighbourhood Association will take place at 7:00 pm on April 4, 2018 at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101

Please check at www.lbna.ca for information about the association and details concerning the Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines.