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Call for Opposition – 168 Lake Promenade, June 28, 2012: Message from Ratepayers’ Association of South Long Branch

JOIN your neighbours. In keeping with RASL’s desire to maintain and/or enhance the character of our South Long Branch neighbourhood we are committed to supporting residents who are facing adverse development applications. The following request has been submitted to RASL members on behalf of the neighbours of 168 Lake Promenade. As always, support of RASL […]

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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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I have learned much of value since 2012, when after a long planning process, I launched the Preserved Stories website

To an extent, the Preserved Stories serves as a communications hub, where people can share information about topics of mutual interest – including information related to committees of adjustment and local appeal boards (in the case of Toronto, I refer to the Toronto Local Appeal Body). A key concept, regarding all land-use planning issues, is […]

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Check out the Lakeshore Connecting Communities upcoming meetings in Mississauga on Sept. 26 and 27, 2017

You can access details at Lakeshore Connecting Communities. Previous posts about Mississauga Click here to access previous posts about Mississauga > Commentary My anecdotal evidence suggests to me that civic engagement in Mississauga is qualitatively different from civic engagement in Toronto. At the risk of generalizing (by which I mean there may be exceptions), civic […]