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Last Updated: 27-03-2020 11:57
This document is a summary of the City of Toronto’s Traffic Calming Policy. It describes the criteria and the process the City uses to consider implementing traffic calming measures on City street.
If you have concerns about traffic on your street, it describes what actions you should take to get the City to evaluate the potential for installing speed bumps or other forms of traffic calming measure. (It doesn’t always have to be speed bumps).
As always, please contact us if the LBNA can support you.
The Long Branch Neighbourhood Association is holding a fundraiser to celebrate our successes and to support our ongoing efforts to preserve the unique character of Long Branch.
One of our neighbours is currently engaged in a difficult appeal process, as an outcome of his fight against a proposal for inappropriate development in his neighbourhood.. It has escalated into the Provincial court system, and he has had to hire a lawyer, at considerable personal cost. The outcome of his case will serve as a precedent and have significant implications for all of us. For this reason, the LBNA is encouraging all members to come out for a fun-filled afternoon and support our efforts to raise funds to help protect the Character of Long Branch. For the full story, go to https://ca.gofundme.com/f/the-938-fund
Come Join Us for a chance to relax and meet your neighbours in a beautiful location, right on the lake!
Enjoy a fabulous array of hot and cold hors d’oeuvres
Great items in our Silent Auction and Raffle
This year, the LBNA planted 100 trees to honour Canadian Veterans as part of a program to plant 300 trees to commemorate veterans in Long Branch. The program is known as Long Branch Remembers.
All trees planted are native species and were planted at residences in Long Branch whose owners wished to honour a family member who was a veteran.
Here is a link to an article by Tamara Shephard in the Etobicoke Guardian with more details.
We are holding our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, November 7th at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101 on Lakeshore Boulevard West in Long Branch.
This will be an occasion for you join with us in celebrating the many successes of the past year and to meet the current members of the Board of Directors.