Important Public Meetings in June!

June 16: Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan Status Report
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Committee room 2
This is a critical meeting for residents of Bathurst Quay!  Citizens can sign up to speak, or attend! If you wish to speak, please contact Ros Dyers at teycc@toronto.ca or 416-392-7033.

This report provides an overview of the work completed to date and the findings in relation to preliminary directions and concept plans and a vision for the future of Bathurst Quay.  It also seeks Council’s concurrence on a process for the completion of the Study that includes ongoing review and assessment of outstanding issues, further refinement and community and other stakeholder consultation on the preliminary directions and concepts, and a report back to Toronto and East York Community Council to consider a draft Official Plan Amendment and other documents necessary to implement the findings of the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan Study.

June 19, 6pm: Opening of Revitalized Queens Quay
Simcoe WaveDeck (south side of Queens Quay West between Lower Simcoe St. and Rees St.)
Join Waterfront Toronto to officially open the revitalized Queens Quay.

June 22, 6pm: Lower Speed Limits on Local Roads
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Council Chamber
Councillor Cressy and other downtown Councillors are very concerned with traffic safety and speed issues in our neighbourhoods. As a result, they have called a special meeting of Toronto and East York Community Council on June 22, to consider a staff report on reducing the speed limit on all local roads in the District to 30km/h. The City encourages residents to attend and share their views with Community Council. They would like to encourage everyone to write to Community Council or to attend and share your views on the issue – for more information on sending a letter of registering to speak, visit the City’s website here.

June 23, 6pm: Noise By-law Review Consultation Meeting
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Committee room 2
The City of Toronto is currently reviewing the Noise By-law. You are invited to attend an upcoming public consultation meeting where City staff will present findings from a survey that was conducted earlier this spring and gather additional input from stakeholders and members of the public. If you are unable to attend but would like to provide feedback, or if you require accommodation to participate, please contact Jessica Walter, Senior Policy and Research Officer, at jwalter2@toronto.ca.