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Notice of Public Meeting – April 9, 2013, 7:00 pm – Mimico 20/20 Staff Report and Secondary Plan

Following messages is from the Mimico 20/20 Team: Hello to all Mimico 20/20 Participants, I’m pleased to advise you that the Notice of Public Meeting for the Mimico-by-the-Lake 2020 Project has been published in the newspaper, the Toronto Sun, today. The staff report and Mimico-by-the-Lake Secondary Plan are scheduled to be presented to Community Council […]


Secondary Plan to cap building heights: Tamara Shephard, Etobicoke Guardian, Dec. 14, 2012

We owe thanks to Abbe Edelson for alerting us to this article by Tamara Shephard in The Etobicoke Guardian. Click the link in the previous sentence to read the article. The opening sentence reads: “A document to guide growth and change in historic Mimico-By-The-Lake over the next 20 years will come before community and Toronto councils next spring.” […]


Dec 6, 2012 – Secondary Plan Policy Open House (Mimico 20/20). Final Transportation Report available.

Michael Premru writes: On behalf of the staff and consultant team we’d like to thank everyone for their participation at our November 6th [actually, it was Nov. 8] Open House where the consultant team’s findings and recommendations were presented. As mentioned at that event, please find attached an invitation to attend our next Open House on […]


Public meeting Oct. 19, 2016 at 7 p.m. at Polish Alliance Hall to discuss fate of Mimico waterfront plan at OMB (Etobicoke Guardian article)

An Oct. 12, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Public meeting to discuss fate of Mimico waterfront plan at OMB.” The brief article reads: Ontario Municipal Board appeals against the Mimico Secondary Plan will be discussed at a community meeting. Mimico Residents’ Association and Mimico Lakeshore Community Network co-host a meeting, titled Threat to the […]


Committee of Adjustment and OMB decisions, it is alleged, at times contravene planning legislation. Allegations of professional incompetence also arise.

In a previous post I have shared a message from David Godley. David Godley is at <> and 416-255-0492. The attachments in the message include the following text from David Godley and Wanda Jurashek of Long Branch: coaissues You can read the text by clicking on the above-noted link. By way of bringing attention to the message, […]