With the beginning of November, there are a host of public meetings and other events. I thought it would be valuable to provide information on these meetings in one place, so they follow after the fold.
Fill out the Options Feedback Survey to tell them what you think about the 5 options for new ward boundaries. Please note the survey closes on November 15.
Webinar - November 5th
Want more information? Have questions? Missed the public meetings? Attend a Webinar on November 5th, from 12pm - 1:30pm. The webinar will take you through the 5 options and rationale for each one. Followed by a Q and A. More information.
Public Information Session - Sugar Beach North - 130 The Queen's Quay (at Lower Jarvis Street)
Date: Wednesday November 4th 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Location: City Hall, 2nd floor, A Street Reception desk to be admitted to Meeting Room B. Please RSVP to: Marc Kramer, Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division, City of Toronto firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: The City of Toronto and the Daniels Corporation, with the support of Waterfront Toronto, would like to invite you to a public information session regarding the plans for the new park that will be constructed at the north-east corner of Queens Quay and Lower Jarvis Street. This invitation is being extended to the stakeholders who have participated in other recent City and Waterfront Toronto initiatives along East Bayfront.
Public Meeting - St. Lawrence Heritage Conservation District designation.
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 11:00 a.m., or as soon as possible thereafter
Location: Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 100 Queen Street West
Purpose: To be held by the Toronto and East York Community Council (Under the Ontario Heritage Act) - Designation of the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Heritage Conservation District and Adoption of the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Heritage Conservation District Plan. The Toronto and East York Community Council will consider a staff recommendation to designate the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Heritage Conservation District and to adopt a District Plan which contains Guidelines designed to maintain and enhance the heritage character of the area.
PORT LANDS PUBLIC CONSULTATION:
Public Open House + Information Stations
Date: November 14, 2015 9:00am -3:30pm
Location: George Brown College, 51 Dockside Drive
Purpose: Similar to the format for meetings held for Phase 1 of the PLAI, we are holding an all day open house that will include presentations on key topics running throughout the day. The day will be broken up such that you can come in the morning or afternoon (or stay all day and listen to the presentations twice!). You can also decide to go to one or all of the presentations, or spend your time looking at boards and talking to staff at the open house. The intent is to provide you with information on the plans ahead of two evening feedback workshops.
Workshop: Placemaking in the Port Lands
Date: November 17, 2015 6:30 pm-9:00pm
Location: Morse Junior Public School, 180 Carlaw Avenue
Purpose: This workshop will focus specifically on the Port Lands. We will seek your feedback on the emerging vision, aspects that will contribute to placemaking and the character of the area. There will also be a focus on the Villiers Island Precinct Plan
Workshop: Connecting the Port Lands + South of Eastern Area
Date: November 18, 2015 6:30-9:00pm
Location: Fire Academy, 895 Eastern Avenue
Purpose: This workshop will focus more on transportation and servicing for the Port Lands and South of Eastern area as part of the Port Lands and South of Eastern Transportation and Servicing Master Plan. There will be breakout sessions on South of Eastern transportation issues, the proposed character and network of streets/transit in the Port Lands, as well as a session on municipal servicing.