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Update regarding Bike Skills Track at Marie Curtis Park

I did not attend the September 11, 2013 meeting concerning the Bike Skills Track at Marie Curtis Park. I have little time available for meetings these days. However, I do have time to post updates and this is what I’ve learned regarding the above-noted September 11, 2013 meeting: There were few non-bikers at the meeting. […]


Erosion along Etobicoke Creek Trail and parking proposal for north end of Marie Curtis Park

There’s been some discussion, as a previous blog post indicates, concerning erosion along the Etobicoke Creek Trail. Recent correspondence between residents and officials indicates that in response to concerns regarding the trail erosion, staff have installed barricades. There has also been discussion regarding the option of additional parking at the north end of Marie Curtis Park on […]


Upcoming outreach events (August 18 and 24, 2013) regarding Marie Curtis Park and the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project

The following information is based upon a message shared by CCFEW – “Citizens Concerned about the Future of the Etobicoke Waterfront.” The Lakeview Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment Project involves the creation of a new natural waterfront park along the Lake Ontario shoreline in southeast Mississauga. Upcoming outreach events are planned over the next couple of weeks, the […]


August 5, 2013 Lakeview Waterfront Connection Information Displays at Marie Curtis Park focused on community engagement

I have been following the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Environmental Assessment project for some time. Many other people are more involved with the details and more knowledgeable about the project than I am.  My role, as a volunteer, is primarily to offer one means, among many others, for residents to learn more about the project. Communications […]


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 […]


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 […]


Public Consultation regarding Marie Curtis Park on July 24, 2013 from11:00 am to 2:30 pm – Near Playground Area

From a reliable source I have received the following information: Credit Valley Conservation Authority are doing some more consultation. It is not known what notification has been done so please circulate! Begin forwarded message: From: Kate Date: July 23, 2013 9:32:38 am Subject: RE: Marie Curtis It is tomorrow and yes for public and aimed […]