Railpath featured in Conde Nast Traveler photo essay on elevated parks!
The story is here.
I am new to this forum and actually live just on the west side of the bridge so I guess I am not officially part of the Junction Triangle, but I am very interested in bringing the communities on either side of the bridge closer together.
Meeting: Planning Application for 299 Campbell Ave.
Date: Monday May 26 2014
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Place:Casa da Madeira, 1621 Dupont St.
There is a discussion forum where you can post your questions and comments about this development HERE.
Community Compost Pick-Up Event
Date: Tuesday May 20
Location: Perth Square Park
The Brownstones on Wallace townhomes are planning a spring yard sale for Saturday May 31st, 2014 (Rain day Sunday June 1st), from 9am to 1pm. All neighbours are welcome to participate in buying, selling and/or trading anything they choose. Those selling need to bring their own table (BYOT).
Will be held in the Elsie Lane Courtyard/Parkette, slightly south of Wallace on Elsie Lane. See attached for more info.
Carlton Park Area Community Yard Sale
North of Dupont St.
Saturday, May 10th, starting at 8:00am
Cycle Toronto Ward 18 is conducting a cycling survey to help us identify priorities for Ward 18. We'd be grateful if you could fill it out and share it with friends and neighbours!
Cycle Toronto Ward 18
Please use this forum for discussing local issues related to the upcoming June 12 2014 Ontario Provincial Election.
Keep in mind that this website is dedicated to the Junction Triangle neighbourhood. Let's keep the discussions here focused on local issues and our Davenport candidates.
A few links to start:
The official list maintained by Elections Ontario is here. Below is a summary with links to websites and social media accounts. Last updated June 2 2014.
New stop signs were recently installed at the intersection of Paton Road and Campbell Avenue for east-west traffic. This is a good thing, and it has been a long time coming: this route is frequently used by speeders as a short cut. The intersection is heavily used by children and families, often walking north to Perth Public School.
The problem is, for the most part, cars are not stopping. I have made multiple observances of cars speeding through the new stop signs since their installation. Perhaps it is because the signs are inset from the road and difficult to see?
So a "heads up" to those using this intersection and assuming cars will stop for you, your car, or your kids. I've submitted a complaint, we'll see what happens. The more the better.