Our new city councillor, Ana Bailão, is holding her first Ward 18 Town Hall meeting on Saturday January 15th, 2-4PM at the Wallace-Emerson Community Centre, 1260 Dufferin Street (next to the Galleria Mall). Details below. You can also download the event flyer / info here (350KB PDF file).
Are there any specific Junction Triangle issues that should be raised at this Ward 18 budget consultation? Please discuss in the comment area below.
Councillor Ana Bailão
Ward 18, Davenport
City Hall, 100 Queen Street West
2nd Floor, Suite C42
Have your say on the 2011 City of Toronto Budget
Saturday, January 15, 2011 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Wallace Emerson Community Centre
1260 Dufferin Street
Dear Friends and Neighbours,
I am writing to invite the residents of Ward 18 to a public meeting to discuss the 2011 City of Toronto Budget.
It is my intention to use this meeting as an opportunity for local residents to share their thoughts on the city budget, including what local services and programs need to be maintained and/or improved.
As promised last fall to continuously engage local residents on important matters, I am very pleased to host this meeting that will include city staff. If you're unable to attend, there are other ways to make your voice heard and I would encourage you to visit http://www.toronto.ca/city_budget or contact my office directly about other meetings happening throughout the city.
Please come with your thoughts and ideas on how we can make our community a better place to live and work.
Councillor Ana Bailão
Ward 18, Davenport
City of Toronto
From the Junction Triangle Rail Committee:
The Junction Triangle Rail Committee will be holding a planning meeting this Tuesday, November 2 at 7 p.m. at Boo Radley's on Dupont. The committee will be discussing plans for the upcoming year after a successful series of neighbourhood picnics with musical performances, a great all candidates event and a Nuit Blanche exhibit that helped spread news of the Metrolinx diesel plans to thousands of people.
If you are interested in helping fight for electric trains, please join us. Membership in the committee is open to anyone interested.
Your neighbourhood is changing!
The Tower Automotive buildings have been demolished. Townhouses and apartments have been constructed. More new development is imminent. Your neighbourhood is changing quickly. And there is no real plan in place.
From the organizers:
The Site Walk will take place on Wednesday November 3rd at 10AM. We will meet with the York U students at the south entrance to the West Toronto Rail Path at Dundas Street West and Sterling Road. Residents are welcome to join us to give a commentary on the history and their hopes for the neighbourhood. The site walk should last about 2 or 3 hours.
Hope to see you there.
The next DIGIN meeting takes place on Tuesday October 12 2010, 7:00PM in the Ambrico Room of the Wallace-Emerson Community Centre, 1260 Dufferin St. (at Dupont).
DIGIN meetings are a great place to meet other residents and find out more about what is happening in the general Bloor-Lansdowne area.
Agenda for this month's meeting:
Tuesday 12 October 2010 @ 7pm
DIG IN Meeting
Ambrico Room, Wallace Emerson Community Centre
1260 Dufferin Street (west side, just south of Dupont) at Galleria Mall
Perth Avenue Junior Public School invites you to attend a public meeting about adding grades 7/8 and French Immersion programming.
When: Monday, October 18, 2010
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: Perth Avenue PS Library
Child care is available.
Municipal Election Issues Forum
1482 Dupont Street
(1 Block East of Symington)
Thursday, August 26
The following meeting announcement was sent by the organizers:
Meet and Greet your Ward18 Candidates
Ana Bailao, Kevin Beaulieu, Doug Carroll, Frank De Jong, Abdirazak Elmi, Nha Le, Joe MacDonald, Mohammad Muhit, Kirk Russell, Hema Vyas,
The following meeting notice comes from the Clean Train Coalition:
Reminder: Clean Train General Meeting this Tuesday, June 22nd
The Clean Train Coalition will be holding a general meeting at Davenport Perth Neighbourhood Centre, 1900 Davenport Road, just west of Symington. The meeting will take place in the main hall/sanctuary.
We will be discussing our strategy to build support for the Clean Train movement in communities along the line and our plan to use the Clean Train Pledge Campaign and other strategic initiatives to pressure Premier McGuinty, who ultimately has the say.
We plan to reach out to community groups along the line, and hope that each can send a representative to learn about the pledge and take it back to their membership for review.
Everyone is welcome. Join us. Be part of the solution!
Where: Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood Centre, 1900 Davenport Road
When: Tuesday June 22, 7pm
There will be a public meeting with school board trustee Maria Rodrigues regarding the addition of grades 7/8 and a French Immersion program at Perth Ave. Public School.
DATE: Monday, 5 July
TIME: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Perth PS
For more information about this, please see the Pump Up Perth campaign website.