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Would you be interested in participating in a community based yard sale in Moorevale park this Spring?
 
 
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Update on Mud Creek Restoration PDF Print E-mail

Please be advised that Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is preparing to undertake Phase 1 of channel restoration works along Mud Creek Reach 6, which is located along Moore Park Ravine between Moore Avenue and the Heath Street Pedestrian Bridge.

In general, Phase 1 involves extension of an existing storm sewer outfall, slope regrading, and restoration with native plantings. Implementation of Phase 1 is expected to commence during the week of October 10, 2016 and is expected to continue until early December 2016. Final site restoration (i.e. native tree and shrub plantings) will take place during the spring of 2017 as weather conditions permit.

Due to limited space for construction equipment and materials and the requirement to ensure public safety, TRCA will need to close the section of the Beltline Trail from Moore Avenue to the Heath Street Pedestrian Bridge during construction. Trail closures will be in effect Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. TRCA understands the value of the trail system to the general public therefore the trail will be reopened whenever possible including evenings, weekends and holidays.

Project information signs will be installed later this week in the vicinity of the project site to advise the public of the impending works and trail closures.

 
Update from Toronto Police Services PDF Print E-mail

The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of a series of residential Break-and-Enters in the midtown area, including the Rosedale and Leaside neighbourhoods, during the overnight hours.

A reminder to lock your vehicles, use the security systems if available, and always secure your home by using the locks & alarms. Please report suspicious activity to Toronto Police Service by calling 416-808-2222.

 
MPRA Newsletter (January, 2016) PDF Print E-mail

The latest MPRA Newsletter has been released. (To view it click here.)

In this issue:

  • Annual General Meeting date confirmed
  • Update on the Chorley Park switchback
  • Update on Moorevale Park Upgrades
  • Planning, Zoning and FoNTRA Update

 

 
University-Rosedale Federal Candidates Meeting PDF Print E-mail
  • Liberal, Conservative, NDP and Green Party candidates
  • VENUE: Rosedale United Church Sanctuary (159 Roxborough Drive, Toronto - (416) 924-0725)
  • DATE: Thursday, October 8, 2015
  • TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
  • HOSTING ASSOCIATIONS
    • Governor’s Bridge Residents’ Association (GBRA)
    • Moore Park Residents’ Association (MPRA)
    • North Rosedale Residents’ Association (NRRA)
    • South Rosedale Residents’ Association (SRRA)
    • Summerhill Residents’ Association (SRA)
  • DEBATE COORDINATORS
    • Michael Rodger, NRRA Director & Moderator:  (416) 918-3000
 
MidTown Hub PDF Print E-mail

MidTown Hub is a local group that is trying to ensure that the land being sold at Davisville PS is kept in the public realm and used for a “community hub”.

The TDSB plans to rebuild Davisville PS by 2020 and in order to do so they have to sell almost an acre of land. Rather than have the land be sold for condos our group is working with Josh Matlow, the city counsellor for ward 22 to have a "community hub" built.

The hub would potentially include a community centre, theatre, gym, multipurpose rooms, community kitchen, programming for seniors and children and hopefully a pool.

Ward 22 has the highest number of tenants and is the only ward in the city without its own community centre. The surrounding community centres are oversubscribed and it's very hard to get into programming.  Although Moore Park is not located in Ward 22 we could benefit greatly from having a community hub located so close to our community.

We’re also asking interested locals to show their support for the project by filling out a very quick 10 question survey that is located on our site MidtownHub.ca.

Another way to show the city and the TDSB that we have the support of the community is to help solicit letters of support from the surrounding businesses and community leaders (we have one from the Salvation Army Retirement and nursing home and are working on Greenwood School and other organizations in the area such as SPRINT, the BIAs and the ratepayers associations in the area). 

If you’d like to know more about the project, please contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details.

 
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