REVISED SLNA Community Meeting Agenda
The next SLNA Community Meeting will take place Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Some items of the agenda have changed since the last issue on November 22.
The meeting will be held live via the videoconferenceing platform Zoom (see link below).
Also as some people had difficulty clicking on the Zoom link in the previous newsletter, the Zoom link below has been formatted for easier access and for those who can not access via a computer, Canadian telephone access numbers are listed below.
AGENDASt. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association
Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 7-9 p.m.
Hosted on the Zoom Videoconferencing Platform
SLNA Board Introductions and Board Activity Update
SLNA Budget Approval (T. Tenenbaum, SLNA Treasurer)
***SLNA delegates are asked to review the proposed 2021 SLNA Budget.***
That the SLNA Budget for 2021 be approved as presented.
That the SLNA membership fees remain the same for 2021
Metrolinx Presentation re: Ontario Line
Adam Popper, Transportation Services, City of Toronto
Reports from Councillors' Offices:
Ward 10 - Councillor Joe Cressy
Ward 13 - Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam
AdjournmentSLNA Meeting - ZOOM Information
Date & Time: Nov 25, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join the Zoom Meeting by clicking here:
Join via telephone by calling one of the following Canadian telephone numbers:
Meeting ID: 881 6315 1751
110 Adelaide East - Consultation
The City of Toronto holds public consultations as one way to engage residents in the life of their city. We invite you to get involved.
Community Consultation for Planning Application - 110 Adelaide St. East
Date: November 30, 2020 Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Download, print and post locally the Consultation Flyer
Friends of Corktown Common Park
The West Don Lands Committee is looking for some energetic volunteers to work with other neighbours to restart a Friends of Corktown Common group.
For a short time, our beautiful Corktown Common Park (in the Canary District) had a Friends committee which planned neighbourhood park programs and hoped to recruit volunteers to help with park maintenance. When the 2015 Pan Para/PanAm Games and the Canary District construction closed the Park for most of 2 summers the Friends committee lost steam.
It is time to bring the Friends back - and your help is needed!
No experience is required - just an interest in making the beautiful 18 acre Corktown Common Park the best possible for everyone.
If you are interested, please let one of the WDLC Co-Chairs know.
Cindy Wilkey firstname.lastname@example.org
John Wilson email@example.com
Black Friday Offer - Cafe Nicole