July 13, 2016: Bylaw Adjustments Proposed for Properties on Delaware, Ossington, Foxley, Euclid, Mansfield, Harbord and Dundas

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360 Harbord, where a new 4-story semi-detached dwelling is being proposed.

The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 in Committee Room 2 of Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West.

Within the files below you will find instructions on how to submit your comments to the Committee of Adjustment and how to sign up to speak. If you have any questions or comments, please email councillor_layton@toronto.ca or call (416) 392-4009.

9:30am
327 Delaware Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To alter the existing three-storey semi-detached dwelling by constructing a rear one-storey addition.

710 Ossington Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To convert the existing two-storey detached dwelling into three dwelling units and to construct a rear basement entrance and a rear second floor deck.

38 Foxley Street (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To alter the two-storey detached dwelling by constructing a third storey addition, rear first and second storey additions, and a rear detached garage.

1:30pm
157 Euclid Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To convert the existing two-storey semi-detached dwelling into three dwelling units by constructing: a rear three-storey addition with rear second-storey deck, a front one-storey addition and to construct a rear detached garage.

159 Euclid Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To convert the existing two-storey semi-detached dwelling into three dwelling units by constructing: a rear three-storey addition with rear second-storey deck, a front one-storey addition and to construct a rear detached garage.

112 Delaware Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To alter the existing two-storey semi-detached dwelling by constructing a third storey addition, northwest corner and south side second and third storey additions, a secondary suite, new front porch, front bay window, and front basement walkout.

2:30pm
27 Mansfield Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To alter the two-storey townhouse/rowhouse by converting the attic into habitable space, constructing a rear third floor dormer addition, and constructing a rear third floor deck.

4:30pm
1002-1004 Dundas Street West & 1A Montrose Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans): To construct a new three-storey semi-detached dwelling with roof-top amenity space as described in Consent Application B0017/16TEY.

360 Harbord Street (Click to view: google map, notice parts 1&2, notice part 3plans parts 1&2, and plans part 3): To construct a new 4-storey semi-detached dwelling with rear integral garage.

About the Committee of Adjustment:
The Committee of Adjustment is comprised of citizen members and Councillors do not sit on this committee. They regularly hold public hearings to consider applications for minor variances, permission and consents. To learn more about the Committee of Adjustment please visit: www.toronto.ca/abcc/qj-committee-adjustment.htm

Note: Committee of Adjustment Decisions are posted online here.

Community Consultation: West Queen West Study Heritage Kick-off Meeting, June 23, 2016

The City is holding a community meeting on the West Queen West Planning and Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Study where you can ask questions of City Staff and share your comments.

WQWHCDWhen: Thursday, June 23, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. Open House / 7:00 p.m. Presentation and Facilitated Discussion
Where: 1115 Queen Street West – The Theatre Centre (map)

Toronto City Planning staff are continuing to study the built form and heritage character of Queen Street West, within the area shown above.

This meeting will introduce the community to the West Queen West HCD Study and provide opportunity to comment on the area’s heritage value.

The evening will begin with an Open House from 6:30-7:00pm, followed by an update by City Staff on the WQW Planning Study. FGMDA Architects, will then give a presentation followed by a discussion facilitated by the project team.

If you would like more information please contact the consultant team, one of the City Planning representatives and/or your Ward Councillor.

Consultant Contact
Alex Corey wqwhcdstudy@fgmda.com

City Planning Contacts
Sharon Hong – shong2@toronto.ca / 416-392-2653
Graig Uens – guens@toronto.ca / 416-397-4647

Download the meeting notice here.

We Need Your Help to Shake Things Up in Trinity Bellwoods!

TBCA-logo-shake-upThe Trinity Bellwoods Community Association (TBCA) is shaking things up!  We are looking to tackle new neighbourhood concerns and explore current issues that impact the neighbourhood. We are expanding our role and raising our profile at City Hall to ensure that the voices of Trinity Bellwoods residents are heard. However to do this effectively we need your help to grow our group and ensure local issues are brought to our attention.
 
The Trinity Bellwoods Community Association is looking for new leadership (Chair) and members’ at large. If you have an interest in local issues, in ensuring that the City hears your concerns for the neighbourhood and in making Trinity Bellwoods an even better place to live – we invite you to join the TBCA.  
 
The TBCA commitment is one meeting every two months to discuss local issues impacting the neighbourhood. If you really want to shake things up and have the skills and drive to help shape the community and provide leadership to the group as the Chair, you will be responsible for chairing the bi-monthly meeting, co-ordinating the agenda and liaising directly with Councillor Layton’s office on community issues. As the Chair, you will have the support of our six member Executive team. 
 
If you have concerns about issues in the community and want to make a positive contribution towards improving the neighbourhood – come on out and help us! We can’t do this without support from the residents of Trinity Bellwoods.
 
Please contact us at info@trinitybellwoods.org to express an interest in joining. Additional information on the TBCA can be found here http://trinitybellwoods.org/ or on our Facebook group.

This Saturday: Community Environment Day in Fred Hamilton Park (April 30th, 10am-2pm)

fred-hamilton-park-environment-compostCommunity Environment Day is a safe way to dispose of household hazardous waste and the other items listed below. You can also pick up free compost. Ward 19’s Environment Day also features many local organizations and associations that come out to let you know what they are working on and how you can get involved.

Join Mike Layton and enjoy a free Community BBQ hosted by the Friends of Roxton Road Parks.

Saturday, April 30, 2016
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Fred Hamilton Park (map)

Here are the items you can pick up and drop off at Environment Day:

Drop off for recycling/disposal

  • Cell phones, small electronics, and TVs
  • Printers, ink cartridges, fax machines, and computer parts
  • Household hazardous waste and unused medications
  • Oils, solvents, and pesticides
  • Propane tanks and fluorescent light bulbs

Pick up for FREE

  • Leaf Compost (limit one cubic metre per household)

Green Bins and Kitchen Containers

  • Bring damaged bins for exchange
  • Get new bins, bring proof of residence in the last 90 days

Donate to schools for reuse

  • Art supplies (e.g. pencils, markers, crayons, etc.)
  • Buttons, keys, and collectors’ coins and stamps
  • CDs and cases
  • Children’s books and clipboards
  • Costume jewellery including broken/old watches, dress-up clothing
  • Fabric pieces and yarn
  • 35 mm cameras and equipment

Donate for reuse

  • Sporting goods (e.g. skates, hockey equipment, bikes, rackets, etc.)
  • Books (excluding school/university curriculum books)
  • Medical equipment in good condition (e.g. eyeglasses, walking aids, hearing aids, etc.) Small household items (e.g. dishes, ornaments, kitchen utensils, artistic drawings, games, etc.)
  • Textiles in good condition (e.g. clothing, linens, etc.)
  • Non-perishable foods will be donated to a food bank.

*All donated items must be in very good condition*

Please do not bring: Construction waste, gasoline, garbage, wood, cassette and videotapes, commercial/industrial hazardous waste, and scrap metal.