February 2012

VIA REGULAR MAIL AND E-MAIL: minister.mah@ontario.ca Hon. Kathleen Wynne, MPP Minister, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 777 Bay Street, 17th Floor Toronto, ON M5G 2E5 Re: Council Request for Removing Toronto from the Jurisdiction of the Ontario Municipal Board Dear Minister Wynne: At its meeting of February 6, 2012, Toronto City Council voted to […]

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To all FoNTRA Members Our next FoNTRA General Meeting is on February 21 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Kramers. Please note the new start time of 7:00 p.m. The agenda for the meeting is attached and presented below. As announced last week, the new FoNTRA website was launched last week with the understanding that […]

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This document provides important data for the City Budget 2012 process on the Committee of Adjustment. 2012 Operating Budget Briefing Note Committee of Adjustment: Applications caseload

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At TEYCC on February 14 Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam made a Request for Report to Analyze the Common Occurrence and Planning Impact of Committee of Adjustment Applications Requesting Additional Height of Recently Approved Rezoning Applications

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Councillor Gord Perks Chair, Toronto and East York Community Council c/o Clerks’ office 2nd floor, West Tower, City Hall 100 Queen St. W. Toronto, ON M5H 2N2 email: teycc@toronto.ca Attention: Ros Dyers, Council Administrator Dear Councillor Perks and members of Community Council We provide the following comments on this report.

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Folks, Following is an attempt to respond to questions that have been asked over the recent past – especially regarding the contention of the city planner (echoed by our councillor) with respect to not requiring an Official Plan (OP) amendments in order for the 100 Ranleigh modified proposal to proceed. Many of you may have […]

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Dear Friends, The demolition of 81 Wellesley is one of the most unfortunate and avoidable circumstances I have seen happen in the city of Toronto. There are no excuses to justify what happened, but there are a number of policy gaps that I have learned about and that I addressed immediately.

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