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  • 24 Jan 2020 5:24 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    AVENUE STATION CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
    Friday January 24, 2020

     

    Mining operations are ongoing at the Secondary Entrance and occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read the construction notice for more detail.

     

    What Work is Taking Place?

    • Mining excavation is ongoing east of the Secondary Entrance between Oriole Parkway and Eastbourne Avenue. This sequence includes drilling roof supports, removal of earth and coating exposed surfaces with shotcrete. Excavation east of the Secondary Entrance is expected to be completed in July 2020.

    What Work is Coming Up?

    • Upcoming concrete pour between the Main and Secondary Entrances in January 2020. Pour will happen from within the closure on the south side shaft – traffic will not be impacted. See construction activities below for details.

    Mining Information


    General mining activities occur in a continuous sequence, including drilling roof supports, excavation under the roof supports and spraying of concrete to finalize exposed areas underground. Within the excavation portion of the sequence, periodic removal of concrete sections of the existing tunnels is required as well as periodic chipping of temporary concrete linings. When possible, crews complete higher impact works during the day, however due to the sequence nature of the work and the engineering requirements related to ground stability and cavern integrity, sometimes noticeable activity occurs overnight.

    Noise & Vibration Mitigation


    Noise and vibration impacts to your residence depend on your proximity to the source and how the vibrations travel through the soil and interact with the foundation and structure of the building. Crosslinx Transit Solutions has implemented several noise reductions measures on site to mitigate the impact felt by the community during mining activities. Enclosures are used to cover equipment like generators and pumps, silencers are used to reduce noise from fans, and delivery routes and times are selected to minimize disruption – just to name a few.


    If you experience disruption from mining activities, please call our 24/7 phone line at 416-782-8118. 
     

    Construction Activities

     

    ACTIVITY & AREA

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    DURATION

    TENTATIVE DATE

    Concrete Pours

    • Concrete pours will occur weekly over the next year.
    • Concrete trucks will be staged in the existing laydown area on the north side of Eglinton Avenue and exit the site at the gate on the west end of the site.
    • Some of the trucks will be required to back into the west gate of the secondary entrance due to coordination with other construction activities that will be underway during the concrete pour. 
    • 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    • Weekly

    Dewatering Well Maintenance
    Periodic maintenance of dewatering wells as required

    • Periodic maintenance will be ongoing and require a short duration (1 day) enclosure around the well in the right of way.

     

    • A compressor and occasional hydrovac truck will be used to complete the maintenance.

     

    • Ongoing
    • 9am to 4pm

    Monitoring Work
    Equipment is installed in various locations around the station are to monitor ground movement during construction.
    Read the construction notice for more detail.

    • To install the monitoring equipment in the ground, crews move from location to location around the station area. Typically, a drilling machine is used to drill the hole where the monitor will be installed.

     

    • If on the sidewalk, pedestrians may need to be routed around the work zone (sidewalks stay open). If on the roadway, a short-term lane closure may be required.

     

    • Readings will be taken regularly for the duration of the project.
    • Installations planned to becomplete in the next few months.
    • Ongoing monitoring.
    • Currently installations are focused east of Secondary Entrance

    Thank you for your patience as we work to build this important project.

    Please support your local businesses during construction.

    For more information about Avenue Station, please contact:

     

    West Community Office
    1848 Eglinton Ave West
    416-782-8118







  • 23 Jan 2020 2:21 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    Overnight Hydro Pole Installation
    January 27, 2020

    What Work is Taking Place?

     

    As early as Monday January 27, 2020 crews at Chaplin will be installing hydro poles along Eglinton Avenue West from Latimer Avenue to Russell Hill Road. The installation of two (2) hydro poles will provide temporary power for the construction site. Installation will take approximately three to four days and will be conducted overnight. The poles will be in place for the duration of the project. Each pole will be installed on the north sidewalk of Eglinton Ave W, one west of Latimer Avenue and the other between Latimer Avenue and Russell Hill Drive.
     

    Timing

    • Work is expected to begin as early as Monday January 27, 2020 and take approximately three (3) to four (4) days to complete.
    • Work will take place overnight, from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
    • The contractor may not always work during the permitted hours, but may do so at its discretion.
    • Work may be rescheduled due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
    • This work may be longer of shorter than expected

    What to Expect

    • Crews will be installing two (2) hydro poles on Eglinton Ave W, west and east of Latimer Ave
    • Lane reductions will be required to safely conduct this work.
    • Nearby businesses and residents can expect noise from trucks and other construction equipment used for the installation.
    • Fencing, dust cloth, barriers, and scaffolding may be erected around work zones for safety purposes.
    • Noise, dust and lighting from construction activity can be expected.
    • Expect delays when traveling near work zone.

    Traffic and Pedestrian Details

    • Lane reductions will be required with a minimum of one through lane of traffic in each direction maintained.
    • Traffic control personnel will be present during this work.
    • As always, please take care when travelling near work sites.
    • There will be no impacts to TTC bus service. 

    Stay Informed

    Sign up for e-mail updates at www.thecrosstown.ca/sign-up or download the aCrosstown traffic app to get real-time traffic and transit information for the Eglinton corridor.

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  • 23 Jan 2020 2:02 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    The Annual Community Skating Party hosted by Councillor Josh Matlow , MP Carolyn Bennett and MP Rob Oliphant will take place at Hodgson Rink (off Millwood at Hodgson Sr. Public School ) on Sunday February 2,2020 from 2-4 pm.

    Hot refreshments will be served. Bring your family and friends.

  • 22 Jan 2020 8:25 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    Early Morning Dewatering System Maintenance at Chaplin Station
    Friday January 24, 2020

    What Work is Taking Place?

    • On Friday January 24, 2020, crews will perform maintenance on the dewatering system at Latimer Avenue and Eglinton Avenue. This work will take place from within the Shoppers Drug Mart parking lot. A hydro-vacuum truck will be used to clean the tanks at Latimer Avenue and Eglinton Avenue. This work must be performed overnight when the parking lot is closed.

    Timing

    • Friday January 24, 2020 for approximately two (2) hours, beginning at 6:00 a.m.
    • Work may be rescheduled, or be longer or shorter than expected.

    What to Expect

    • ·         Noise from a hydro-vacuum truck as well as site lighting can be expected.

    ·         Pedestrian and vehicle access to the parking lot may be restricted during this work.

    Pedestrian and Traffic Details

    • There are no traffic or pedestrian impacts.



    Stay Informed
    Sign up for e-mail updates at www.thecrosstown.ca/sign-up or download the aCrosstown traffic app to get real-time
    traffic and transit information for the Eglinton corridor.
    Thank you for your patience as we work to build this important project.
    Please support your local businesses during construction.
     
     
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  • 18 Jan 2020 12:48 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    Mining operations are ongoing at the Secondary Entrance and occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read the construction notice for more detail.


    What Work is Taking Place

    • Mining excavation is ongoing east of the Secondary Entrance between Oriole Parkway and Eastbourne Avenue. This sequence includes drilling roof supports, removal of earth and coating exposed surfaces with shotcrete. Excavation east of the Secondary Entrance is expected to be completed in July 2020.
    • Two (2) boreholes are being installed at Eglinton Park. Beginning on Tuesday January 14, 2020 for approximately ten (10) days, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Noise from drilling activity can be expected.

    What Work is Coming Up?

    • Upcoming concrete pour between the Main and Secondary Entrances in January 2020. Pour will happen from within the closure on the south side shaft – traffic will not be impacted. See construction activities below for details.

    Mining Information

    General mining activities occur in a continuous sequence, including drilling roof supports, excavation under the roof supports and spraying of concrete to finalize exposed areas underground. Within the excavation portion of the sequence, periodic removal of concrete sections of the existing tunnels is required as well as periodic chipping of temporary concrete linings. When possible, crews complete higher impact works during the day, however due to the sequence nature of the work and the engineering requirements related to ground stability and cavern integrity, sometimes noticeable activity occurs overnight.

    Noise & Vibration Mitigation

    Noise and vibration impacts to your building depend on your proximity to the source and how the vibrations travel through the soil and interact with the foundation and structure of your building. Crosslinx Transit Solutions has implemented several noise reductions measures on site to mitigate the impact felt by the community during mining activities. Enclosures are used to cover equipment like generators and pumps, silencers are used to reduce noise from fans, and delivery routes and times are selected to minimize disruption – just to name a few.
     
    If you experience disruption from mining activities, please call our 24/7 phone line at 416-782-8118.

     

    Construction Activities

    ACTIVITY & AREA

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    DURATION

    TENTATIVE DATE

    Concrete Pours

    • Concrete pours will occur weekly over the next year.
    • Concrete trucks will be staged in the existing laydown area on the north side of Eglinton Avenue and exit the site at the gate on the west end of the site.
    • Some of the trucks will be required to back into the west gate of the secondary entrance due to coordination with other construction activities that will be underway during the concrete pour. 
    • 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    • Weekly

    Connection Bore Holes
    West of Main Entrance and at Eglinton Park
    *more details in CLC deck from September 4

    • Additional connection holes to the tunnels are required to facilitate final lining activities and deliver concrete to the cavern level.

     

    • Drilling of the bore holes will occur at Eglinton Park.

     

    • Drilling will take approximately ten (10) days.
    • January 14 -24, 2020
    • 7am to 5pm

    Dewatering Well Maintenance
    Periodic maintenance of dewatering wells as required

    • Periodic maintenance will be ongoing and require a short duration (1 day) enclosure around the well in the right of way.

     

    • A compressor and occasional hydrovac truck will be used to complete the maintenance.

     

    • Ongoing
    • 9am to 4pm

     

    Monitoring Work
    Equipment is installed in various locations around the station are to monitor ground movement during construction.
    Read the construction notice for more detail.

    • To install the monitoring equipment in the ground, crews move from location to location around the station area. Typically, a drilling machine is used to drill

    the hole where the monitor will be installed.
     

    • If on the sidewalk, pedestrians may need to be routed around the work zone (sidewalks stay open). If on the roadway, a short-term lane closure may be required.

     

    • Readings will be taken regularly for the duration of the project.
    • Installations planned to be

    complete in the next few months.

    • Ongoing monitoring.

    Currently installations are focused east of Secondary Entrance


  • 13 Jan 2020 8:29 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    What Work is Taking Place?

    Construction of a new Facility Service Building for TTC’s Line 1 Subway is underway at Berwick Avenue and Yonge Street.  Some of the work can only be safely performed while the subway is not operational.  Crews will work Friday January 17 through Monday January 20, 2020, to perform plumbing work at the Berwick Ave site, maintenance north of the platform track and to install additional hoarding on the platform for elevator construction.  

     

    Work will take place on a 24-hour basis.  Berwick Avenue will be closed at Yonge Street during this work. The Hillsdale Avenue Bridge north sidewalk and lane located between Duplex Ave and Yonge Street will be closed for material storage.  This work will coincide with a closure of TTC’s Line 1 Subway between Sheppard-Yonge and St Clair Stations on January 18 and 19, 2020. Please note that this work is subject to cancellation.  TTC closures may go ahead even in the event of the road closure cancellation.  For more information, please visit www.ttc.ca.

     

     

    Details

    • Friday January 17, 2020 at 7:00 a.m. through Monday January 20, 2020 at 7:00 a.m.

    • Construction activities will take place on a 24-hour basis

     

    Subway Closure Details

    There will be no subway service at TTC Eglinton Station on each of the weekends listed below. Access to TTC Eglinton Station Bus Terminal will be maintained, allowing TTC users to access shuttle buses for the duration of the closure. Please visit TTC’s website www.ttc.ca, under “Scheduled Subway Closures” for more information on subway closures and shuttle bus operation. 

    Subway closure details are subject to change. Riders should consult www.ttc.ca for service information.  

    As of January 10, 2020, Line 1 will be closed:

    Between Sheppard-Yonge Station and St Clair Stations on Saturday January 18 and 19, 2020

     

    What to Expect

    • Construction zones and laydown areas will be set up on Berwick Ave between Duplex Ave and Yonge St

    • Noise from large construction equipment, heavy truck traffic entering and exiting the work zone, equipment and material storage within work zones, as well as lighting can also be expected.

    • All property access is expected to be maintained, with the exception of four commercial parking spaces to the east of 34 Berwick Ave.  In the event that property access will be affected, property owners will be contacted directly.

    • Expect delays when travelling in the vicinity of Berwick Ave during each closure.

     

    Traffic and Pedestrian Impacts

    • Berwick Ave will be closed mid-block between Duplex Ave and Yonge St, per the schedule listed above. 

    • On-street parking will be temporarily prohibited.

    • Access to Canada Square parking lot will be maintained from Duplex Ave only; access to 2180 Yonge St loading dock and TTC Bus Bay from Berwick Avenue will be maintained from Yonge St only.

    • Pedestrian access will be maintained along the north side of Berwick Ave from Duplex Ave to Yonge St. At times, pedestrians may be asked to halt or divert around the crane movements.

    • The south sidewalk of Berwick Ave from Yonge St to the west end of the work zone will be temporarily closed.

     

    Travelling Smart during Construction

    Travel delays are expected with the Crosstown construction. Please allow extra time for your journey. Traffic will be extra heavy at peak periods during the Crosstown construction. When possible, please travel during the off-peak period between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

     

    Stay Informed

    Sign up for e-mail updates at www.thecrosstown.ca/sign-up or download the Crosstown traffic app to get real-time traffic and transit information for the Eglinton corridor.



  • 12 Jan 2020 3:09 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    As the community is well aware the traffic issues in the Oriole Park / Chaplin Estates area have increased in part due to the LRT construction and magnified by drivers utilizing the WAZE  app to drive through the area.

    The residents of Highbourne Avenue between College View and Tranmer while laying the groundwork to have speed humps installed were able ,through the assistance of Councillor Josh Matlow, to have an Interactive Speed Indicator installed from May to October 2019. The City provided the results from August 28,2019 to September 9,2019 which includes the first week of school. The results speak for themselves - and they are not good.

    The posted speed on Highbourne is 30 KPH.

    The average speed for all hours during the 13 day period was 58 KPH.

    The average maximum speed between 7-10 AM during the first week of school was 78.5 KPH.

    The average maximum speed between 3-6 PM during the first week of school was 79 KPH.

    The highest speed recorded between 3-4 PM while children were returning from school was 111 KPH.

    These results are unacceptable and the OPA is continuing the dialogue with the City to see  how to control this increasing bad behavior and lack of respect for the community.

  • 12 Jan 2020 2:55 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    Mining operations are ongoing at the Secondary Entrance and occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
     

    What Work Is Taking Place?

    • Mining excavation is ongoing east of the Secondary Entrance between Oriole Parkway and Eastbourne Avenue. This sequence includes drilling roof supports, removal of earth and coating exposed surfaces with shotcrete. Excavation east of the Secondary Entrance is expected to be completed in July 2020.
    • Two (2) boreholes will be installed at Eglinton Park, beginning on Monday January 13, 2020 for approximately five (5) days, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Noise from drilling activity can be expected.  

    What Work is Coming Up?

    • Upcoming concrete pour between the Main and Secondary Entrances in January 2020. Pours will happen from within the closure on the south side shaft – traffic will not be impacted. See construction activities below for details.
    • Upcoming inner walls demolition at the Secondary Entrance on Sunday January 12, 2020 and will occur 24 hours a day for four (4) days. Some vibration and drilling may be heard.

    Mining Information


    General mining activities occur in a continuous sequence, including drilling roof supports, excavation under the roof supports and spraying of concrete to finalize exposed areas underground. Within the excavation portion of the sequence, periodic removal of concrete sections of the existing tunnels is required as well as periodic chipping of temporary concrete linings. When possible, crews complete higher impact works during the day, however due to the sequence nature of the work and the engineering requirements related to ground stability and cavern integrity, sometimes noticeable activity occurs overnight.

    Noise & Vibration Mitigation


    Noise and vibration impacts to your building depend on your proximity to the source and how the vibrations travel through the soil and interact with the foundation and structure of your building. Crosslinx Transit Solutions has implemented several noise reductions measures on site to mitigate the impact felt by the community during mining activities. Enclosures are used to cover equipment like generators and pumps, silencers are used to reduce noise from fans, and delivery routes and times are selected to minimize disruption – just to name a few.


    If you experience disruption from mining activities, please call our 24/7 phone line at 416-782-8118. 

     

    Construction Activities

     

    ACTIVITY & AREA

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    DURATION

    TENTATIVE DATE

    Concrete Pours

    • Concrete pours will occur weekly over the next year.
    • Concrete trucks will be staged in the existing laydown area on the north side of Eglinton Avenue and exit the site at the gate on the west end of the site.
    • Some of the trucks will be required to back into the west gate of the secondary entrance due to coordination with other construction activities that will be underway during the concrete pour. 
    • 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    • Weekly

    Connection Bore Holes
    West of Main Entrance and at Eglinton Park
    *more details in CLC deck from November 6, 2019

    • Additional connection holes to the tunnels are required to facilitate final lining activities and deliver concrete to the cavern level.
    • Drilling of the bore holes will occur at Eglinton Park.
    • Drilling will take approximately five (5) days.
    • January 13 -17, 2020
    • 7am to 5pm

    Walls Demolition

    • Inner walls demolition at the Secondary Entrance.
    • Wall demolitions will take place on a 24-hours basis
    • January 12 – 15, 2020
    • 24 hours

    Dewatering Well Maintenance
    Periodic maintenance of dewatering wells as required

    • Periodic maintenance will be ongoing and require a short duration (1 day) enclosure around the well in the right of way.
    • A compressor and occasional hydrovac truck will be used to complete the maintenance.
    • Ongoing
    • 9am to 4pm

    Monitoring Work
    Equipment is installed in various locations around the station are to monitor ground movement during construction.
    Read the construction notice for more detail.

    • To install the monitoring equipment in the ground, crews move from location to location around the station area. Typically, a drilling machine is used to drill the hole where the monitor will be installed.
    • If on the sidewalk, pedestrians may need to be routed around the work zone (sidewalks stay open). If on the roadway, a short-term lane closure may be required.
    • Readings will be taken regularly for the duration of the project.
    • Installations planned to be complete in the next few months.
    • Ongoing monitoring.

     

    • Currently installations are focused east of Secondary Entrance


  • 3 Jan 2020 4:17 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

    AVENUE STATION CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
    Friday January 3, 2020
     

    Mining operations are ongoing at the Secondary Entrance and occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read the construction notice for more detail.


    What Work is Taking Place?

    • Mining excavation is ongoing east of the Secondary Entrance between Oriole Parkway and Eastbourne Avenue. This sequence includes drilling roof supports, removal of earth and coating exposed surfaces with shotcrete. Excavation east of the Secondary Entrance is expected to be completed in July 2020.

    What Work is Coming Up?

    • Upcoming concrete pour between the Main and Secondary Entrances in January 2020. Pour will happen from within the closure on the south side shaft – traffic will not be impacted. See construction activities below for details.
    • One (1) borehole will be installed west of the Main Entrance to facilitate concrete delivery to the cavern level. The work zone will be permanently expanded by 15 metres, west of the Main Entrance for the duration of the project construction. This work was rescheduled for January 6, 2020 for approximately four (4) days, from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Noise from the drilling activity can be expected.
    • Two (2) boreholes will be installed at Eglinton Park, beginning on January 8, 2020 for approximately five (5) days, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Noise from drilling activity can be expected.   

    Mining Information


    General mining activities occur in a continuous sequence, including drilling roof supports, excavation under the roof supports and spraying of concrete to finalize exposed areas underground. Within the excavation portion of the sequence, periodic removal of concrete sections of the existing tunnels is required as well as periodic chipping of temporary concrete linings. When possible, crews complete higher impact works during the day, however due to the sequence nature of the work and the engineering requirements related to ground stability and cavern integrity, sometimes noticeable activity occurs overnight.
     

    Noise and Vibration Mitigation


    Noise and vibration impacts to your building depend on your proximity to the source and how the vibrations travel through the soil and interact with the foundation and structure of your building. Crosslinx Transit Solutions has implemented several noise reductions measures on site to mitigate the impact felt by the community during mining activities. Enclosures are used to cover equipment like generators and pumps, silencers are used to reduce noise from fans, and delivery routes and times are selected to minimize disruption – just to name a few.

    If you experience disruption from mining activities, please call our 24/7 phone line at 416-782-8118.
     

    Construction Activities

     

    ACTIVITY & AREA

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    DURATION

    TENTATIVE DATE

    Concrete Pours

    • Concrete pours will occur every week over the next year.
    • Concrete trucks will be staged in the existing laydown area on the north side of Eglinton Avenue and exit the site at the gate on the west end of the site.
    • Some of the trucks will be required to back into the west gate of the secondary entrance due to coordination with other construction activities that will be underway during the concrete pour. 
    • 6 am to 11 pm
    • Weekly
    • Next scheduled pours:
      January 13
      January 17

    Connection Bore Holes
    West of Main Entrance & Eglinton Park
     

    • Additional connection holes to the tunnels are required to facilitate final lining activities and deliver concrete to the cavern level.
    • Drilling of the bore holes will occur just west of the Main Entrance and at Eglinton Park.

     

    • Drilling of both bore holes will take approximately seven (7) days.
    • January 6-13, 2020
    • 7am to 5pm

    Dewatering Well Maintenance
    Periodic maintenance of dewatering wells as required

    • Periodic maintenance will be ongoing and require a short duration (1 day) enclosure around the well in the right of way.
    • A compressor and occasional hydrovac truck will be used to complete the maintenance.
    • Ongoing
    • 9am to 4pm

    Monitoring Work
    Equipment is installed in various locations around the station are to monitor ground movement during construction.
    Read the construction notice for more detail.

    • To install the monitoring equipment in the ground, crews move from location to location around the station area. Typically, a drilling machine is used to drill the hole where the monitor will be installed.
    • If on the sidewalk, pedestrians may need to be routed around the work zone (sidewalks stay open). If on the roadway, a short-term lane closure may be required.

     

    • Readings will be taken regularly for the duration of the project.
    • Installations planned to be complete in the next few months.
    • Ongoing monitoring.

    Currently installations are focused east of Secondary Entrance

     


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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNITY ISSUES

As we all know our neighbourhood is subject to serious development pressure, and development issues have occupied much of the board’s time. Among these issues are:

Community Development Committee of Adjustment – Single Family Homes

The OPA keeps a close eye on applications for home renovations and tear- downs in our neighbourhood.

We receive details about applications from the Committee including a description of the proposed changes and the deadline for submitting to the committee. We forward information about homes in our area to a special email list. You can subscribe here: Oriole Park Association - Committee of Adjustment notices.

Metrolinx – Eglinton LRT

The OPA is involved in the ongoing process of the development of the new Light Rail Transit line in our area.

One major concern for the community is that Eglinton Avenue is to have restricted lanes westbound between Oriole Parkway and Braemar Avenue for the construction of the Avenue Road Station.

The proposals as detailed below will last until 2021.

The businesses on the north side will have very restricted access and visibility.

The second concern is that Metrolinx in their initial proposal wished to ‘clear cut’ the area on the south side of the North Toronto Community Center between the eastern driveway and the western boundary beside the ‘Art Barn’ building. The area is to be used for storage and construction vehicles

The OPA community involvement is:

  • We attend meetings on behalf of the membership and community as well as sit on a ‘working group’ Chaired by Councillor Cristin Carmichael-Greb (Ward 16) and as supported by our Councillor Josh Matlow ( Ward 22).
  • The working group is comprised of elected officials; Senior City of Toronto Staff including Metrolinx and Crosslinx staff. The local residents associations are represented by the Eglinton Avenue Road Community Association: the Eglinton Park Ratepayers Association as well as the OPA.
  • We will provide updates via our Twitter and Facebook Accounts as well our email subscribers as they come available.


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