Councillor Josh Matlow

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29 06, 2018

Glen Edyth Drive Parkette Improvements Complete and Ready to Enjoy!

2018-07-06T21:12:41+00:00Tags: , |

If you happen to be in town for the long weekend, I encourage you and your family to check out the newly improved Glen Edyth Drive Parkette! The new design features two play structures, one junior and one senior, additional seating and landscaping, as well as a new accessible woodchip play surface. Thank you to [...]

29 06, 2018

A Focus on Our Midtown Community’s Quality of Life: It’s Time for a Pause on Condo Development 

2018-07-06T21:06:48+00:00Tags: , , |

Midtown in Focus, City Planning's detailed vision for the future of Midtown will be presented at Planning and Growth Management Committee on Thursday, July 5th. Please see my letter to the Committee requesting that the Provincial Government authorize the City to put a pause on all condo development until the much needed hard infrastructure and [...]

28 06, 2018

City Hall and Community Update for June 28, 2018

2018-08-07T21:10:56+00:00

Advocating for Safer Streets  The Vision Zero initiative is based on a principle that there is no acceptable number of road fatalities. While we may never have the ability to control instances of human error on our streets, we do have control over how they are designed and the police can control how they are enforced. From [...]

28 05, 2018

Ward 22’s Davisville Village Farmers’ Market Opens for Another Season!

2018-07-06T21:19:51+00:00

I'm delighted to support AppleTree Markets, a local Ward 22 non-profit organization, which will once again be transforming June Rowlands Park, every Tuesday between 3 and 7pm, into a vibrant "town square" for the seventh year of our community's popular farmers’ market. The market is a place where you are sure to see friends and [...]

28 05, 2018

St. Paul’s Riding All Candidates Meeting: Tenants & Affordable Housing

2018-07-06T20:59:26+00:00Tags: |

The Toronto St. Paul’s Tenants’ Associations Network will be holding the St. Paul’s Riding All Candidates Meeting where you will have the opportunity to learn where your Provincial candidates stand on today’s tenant issues such as Above Guideline Increases (AGIs), Renovictions, the Landlord and Tenant Board and affordable housing. Please join me in attending this [...]

28 05, 2018

Let’s Move Forward Now with 24 Stops for Scarborough

2018-07-06T20:58:16+00:00Tags: , |

Council decided this week to move forward with a 17-stop LRT extension of the Eglinton Crosstown from Kennedy Station to the University of Toronto's Scarborough Campus (UTSC). While I strongly endorse this LRT line, the Mayor's continued support of the 1-stop Scarborough subway has left no funding available for this Crosstown extension. Further, the City's [...]

28 05, 2018

City Must Act to Protect Toronto Tenants from Extreme Heat

2018-07-06T20:55:43+00:00Tags: , |

Since 2012, I have been strongly advocating for the City of Toronto to protect tenants from extreme heat. Despite motions that I moved in 2012, 2013, 2014 and, 2017, no substantive action has been implemented by the Medical Officer of Health or the Municipal Licensing, and Standards Division. No solutions were presented to Tenant Issues Committee earlier this year [...]

28 05, 2018

City Hall and Community Update for May 28, 2018

2018-05-28T19:46:05+00:00

City Must Act to Protect Toronto Tenants from Extreme HeatSince 2012, I have been strongly advocating for the City of Toronto to protect tenants from extreme heat. Despite motions that I moved in 2012, 2013, 2014 and, 2017, no substantive action has been implemented by the Medical Officer of Health or the Municipal Licensing, and Standards Division. No [...]

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