Category: News

Compost and Clean Ups

Over the next few weeks, Ward 30 is host to a number of clean up events. Councillor Fletcher has also arranged for compost to be dropped off at several parks this season. Read the following listings for information on when free compost will be available at Withrow Park, Monarch Park, and Greenwood Park, and for information on your local clean up day.

Townhouse Development for 50 Curzon

A few years ago the Catholic School Board sold St Joe’s School to Urbancorp, a developer who specializes in infill housing. Urbancorp also bought two other local schools – St. Anne’s and Corpus Christi for infill townhouses. I have asked Urbancorp and Toronto’s planning department to have an initial meeting with interested residents before it goes to community council.

TTC Priority Streetcar Track Repairs

Queen/Broadview Intersection Area. Weekend of April 9, 2011 501/301 Queen and 504 King Streetcar Routes. Starting at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 9 through to 4:30 a.m. on Monday, April 11, 2011, TTC track staff will be will be carrying out repairs to sections of the streetcar track on the east side and west side of the Queen/Broadview intersection.

Leslieville-Riverdale Tree Project

The Leslieville / Riverdale Tree Project supports neighbourhood level action to improve air quality and increase community adaptability to the effects of Our local tree canopy still needs help, and so does our air! The Leslieville – Riverdale Tree Project supports neighbours to green our streets.
Free front yard trees are available from the City. Learn how to navigate the red tape and get more green in our neighbourhood.