￼￼Councillor Ana Bailão
JOIN THE JUNCTION TRIANGLE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE – PHASE 2
In response to traffic related concerns raised by residents in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood, in 2012, I facilitated the creation of the Junction Triangle Traffic Management Committee (JTTMC). The JTTMC created a traffic management plan geared at addressing traffic issues in the community. By the end of 2014, many traffic improvements were implemented.
The JTTMC wants to get started on the 2nd Phase of the traffic management plan and would like your participation! For this reason, I invite you to a community meeting so you can meet your current JTTMC members, review the traffic improvements to date, and the JTTMC's working plan for the 2nd Phase. The JTTMC is also looking for additional help, so join us on March 5, and become a part of the JTTMC and this exciting project!
WHEN: Thursday, March 5, 2015
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM WHERE:
St. Rita's Catholic School
178 Edwin Ave.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Note: If you cannot attend this meeting for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact my office with your questions and/or concerns.
Meeting invitation from Metrolinx. Download the original flyer with map and additional details here.
Help Choose Your Community’s Public Art!
Bloor-Perth Underpass Art Project Consultation
Crossways Employment and Social Services
2340 Dundas St. West 3rd floor suite 302
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Metrolinx and the City of Toronto’s StreetARToronto (StART) program have teamed up to deliver locallyinspired
public art that deters graffiti-vandalism while adding vibrancy and artistry to the community. This is
one opportunity to review preliminary concepts and let the artists know what you want the art in your
community to look like.
The concepts will also be posted online for review and feedback at www.gotransit.com/gts from March 5th
to March 11th. The successful artist will be chosen based on various criteria, including how the
community’s input is represented in their final design.
Thought you might be interested. I started a Junction Triangle Twitter list, including individuals and businesses in the JT. If you want to follow it, be my guest. If you want to be on it, just Tweet me @wwoolrich and I'm happy to add you.
I was at the Castlepoint community update yesterday evening (Feb 24, 2015) re: the redevelopment happening at Perth and Sterling, and I audio recorded the meeting. Feel free to download.
Hi, I am considering opening up a salon on dupont west of symington and am wondering what local businesses and residents think about this. I know there are already, or have been salons open in this neighbourhood. I have been in a nearby neighbourhood(for 7 years) renting a chair and am considering opening up my own shop. The price point would be approx $30 for mens cuts and $55/60 for women's cuts. I would also be offering all other hair services, colouring, up do's etc. I come with a pretty full clientele, but want to bring other stylists.
Meeting info via Ward 18 City Councillor Ana Bailao's website:
MPP Martins would like to invite you to a meeting to update the community on Nitta Gelatin’s progress implementing its odour abatement plan. Representatives from the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and Nitta Gelatin will be in attendance, as will I.
The meeting will be held at MPP Martins’ constituency office on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015, from 7:00-8:30pm. The address is 1199 Bloor St. West, which is two storefronts west of Brock and Bloor on the south side of the street.
If you’re planning to attend, please send a quick RSVP to email@example.com.
WHEN: January 20, 2015 at 7pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: Cristina Martins, MPP, Constituency Office
1199 Bloor St W
Toronto, ON M6H 1N4
Google map and directions
CONTACT: Matt Iannucci · firstname.lastname@example.org · 416-535-3158
Hello Junction Triangle!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Junction Triangle T-shirt Logo Contest! And for the moment we've all been waiting for: the winning designs!!
First place: Eric McBain
Check out his website at: ericmcbain.com
"I went back to the roots of our area, the borders that define our neighbourhood, and the source of an exciting future - the rail lines. More specifically I was inspired a lot by vintage signage of Grand Trunk Railways for the type, a major rail company that used to operate the hood (fun history fact, Hebert James Symington, the namesake of the avenue worked for Grand Trunk, (http://db1.archives.queensu.ca/ica-atom/index.php/herbert-james-symington-fonds;rad). The rail line in perspective moving forward and upward I think also alludes nicely to the future impact rail will have on our hood when the UP trains start."
Eric also submitted two additional designs:
VOTING IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED!