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Urgent Meeting - Chorley Park Switchback Trail PDF Print E-mail

Calling all Moore Park Residents. There is a meeting to be held at Rosedale United Church at 159 Roxborough Drive from 6:30 – 9 pm on Monday, June 9th that will decide the fate of the Chorley Switchback Trail. 

The MPRA fully supports this intiative but there has been aggressive opposition from a small group of Rosedale residents who have brought the project to a standstill.

This meeting will decide the fate of the project and as such, Moore Park residents are encouraged to attend the meeting and to lend their voice to whichever side they support.

This attached summary from the MPRA contains more background on the Chorley Park Switchback Trail initiative.  

Meet the Leading Candidates for Mayor PDF Print E-mail

FoNTRA has scheduled two evenings for members of FoNTRA organizations to meet the four leading Toronto candidates for Mayor. No media will be present, giving an unrivalled opportunity for frank discussion.

The format of these meetings will be different from an all candidates meeting in that only one candidate will be present at any time, offering a one-on-one opportunity. Each session will start with the Candidate’s summary of their platform (15 - 20 minutes), followed by a question/answer/session of approximately one hour. Details ...

Eglinton Crosstown and Complete Street Summary PDF Print E-mail
Moore Park Residents Urgent Call to Action PDF Print E-mail

April 30, 2014

Dear MPRA Member,

Please follow the links below to learn more about an appeal to the OMB that could have a significant effect on Moore Park as we know it.

We urgently request your support.
More details ...

Zone Borders and Lot Proposal

Director's Recommendation to the Committee of Adjustment

Chorley Park Switchbank Trail PDF Print E-mail

Councillor Wong-Tam will be hosting a public meeting with City of Toronto staff and Toronto Region Conservation Authority staff to discuss the work being done on the Chorley Park Switchback Trail.

Meeting details:
Monday, May 12, 2014
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Committee Room 4, City Hall, Second Floor

Alternatively, should residents of Moore Park have concerns or questions about the work, please visit the following link: http://ward27news.ca/chorley-park-switchback-trail-improvements

Residents are also welcome to contact the councillor's office at 416-392-7903.


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