TBCA co-chair Chris Walker quoted in an article on InsideToronto on what 2012 has in store for our organization.
The Trinity Bellwoods Community Association will continue to engage in matters of enhancing public space, greening the environment, improving transportation infrastructure, recognizing cultural heritage and supporting local food and entertainment establishments in 2012, said its Co-Chair Chris Walker.
“We expect in 2012 to see continued pressure to develop the community in ever-increasing height and density as well as the continued cutting of social services,” Walker said. “The TBCA looks forward to working with Councillor Mike Layton to establish community expectations ahead of large scale development. We will also continue to support the social services that make our community so vibrant.”
In 2012, the TBCA will fully establish its outreach program online with its website, trinitybellwoods.org, a Facebook page and a Twitter feed @TBCA_Toronto
The group will continue to coordinate with other organizations including residents associations, business improvement areas, Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto police and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).