June 25, 2012 Update: Ward 22 Community Events and Public Meetings

Dear Residents,

For your information, please read below for some upcoming public meetings and events in our community.


Do you love great, cheap food? Then come to Mount Pleasant Village from noon to 9 PM on June 26 for Restaurantacular! Go on a tasting tour of the great restaurants in the neighbourhood, for only $2, $4, or $6 per item. Bring some toonies and your taste buds. Please visit the Mount Pleasant BIA's website for more information!

2263 Yonge Street and 25 Roehampton (Proposed major development at the North East corner of Yonge and Eglinton and Yonge and Roehampton) Community Consultation Meeting

There will be a community consultation meeting on Thursday, June 28th from 7 to 9 PM at the Northern District Library (40 Orchard View Blvd.) about a proposed development near Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue. A rezoning application has been submitted to City Planning to permit the redevelopment of the lands for the purposes of a new mixed use building comprised of two residential towers 64 stories and 38 stories in height respectively connected by a 3 storey podium containing retail and office uses. Included in the proposal is the demolition and replacement of 30 existing rental dwelling units secured through a related Residential Demolition Control Application. The proposal will contain 1166 dwelling units complete with 371 parking spaces located in a below grade parking facility, 95 of which would be provided for retail and office purposes.

St. Paul's M.P. Carolyn Bennett's Canada Day Picnic

Carolyn Bennett, M.P. for St Paul's, invites and welcomes you to the Annual St. Paul's Canada Day Picnic on Sunday, July 1, from  4 to 6 PM at Wells Hill Park (470 St Clair Avenue West). Enjoy Live music, face-painting, cultural dance troupes, great activities and a delicious free BBQ.


Josh Matlow
Toronto City Councillor
Ward 22-St.Paul's

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Councillor Matlow's City Hall and Community Update: Summer 2022

Dear Residents,

I hope this finds you healthy and well. As always, I hope that you find this e-newsletter helpful and informative.

Due to the upcoming municipal election on October 24th, integrity rules state that I am unable to send out community updates after August 1st. Therefore, you will receive my next update later in the fall if I continue to have the honour to serve you. Over the past four years, we have achieved so much together, in every one of our Toronto-St. Paul's neighbourhoods and the many important initiatives we have brought to City Hall to improve our city.

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