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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.


BBQ invitation PDF Print E-mail

 Bob Rae, MP & Glen Murray, MPP

Together with the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association

Invite you to the

Toronto Centre

Canada Day Community Picnic

Click here for full details

Gypsy Moths Control Annoucement PDF Print E-mail

 We have been advised by Councillor Wong-Tam’s office that Toronto Urban Forestry are planning a gypsy moth aerial spray of Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki (Btk) for Moore Park and 10 other locations within Toronto in 2013. This is in response to a rapid build-up of moth egg masses over the last six months.   

The aerial spray is likely to occur between May 15 and June 2 and would be scheduled between 5 am and 7:30 am in order to minimize the disruption.  Urban Forestry will be notifying affected residents through various means over the next few weeks including the delivery of notices, signage, website information and media releases.
Click on this link to view a map of the areas to be sprayed.


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