Councillor Josh Matlow

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So far Josh Matlow has created 249 blog entries.
12 04, 2021

Enjoying a Drink Outdoors: Providing Safe, Responsible and Equitable Options for All Torontonians

2021-04-12T20:58:27+00:00

Economic & Community Development Committee 10th floor, West Tower, City Hall 100 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5H 2N2 April 11th, 2021 Re: Enjoying a Drink Outdoors: Providing Safe, Responsible and Equitable Options for All Torontonians Dear Chair & Committee Members, The first few months of the pandemic saw the City take dramatic measures such [...]

Enjoying a Drink Outdoors: Providing Safe, Responsible and Equitable Options for All Torontonians2021-04-12T20:58:27+00:00
29 03, 2021

Preserving the Past, and Protecting the Future of Little Jamaica

2021-03-30T22:05:13+00:00

Preserving the Past, and Protecting the Future of Little Jamaica– by Councillor Josh Matlow, seconded by Councillor Michael Thompson Recommendations City Council direct the Chief Planner, Executive Director, City Planning to prioritize a survey of the cultural heritage resources of Little Jamaica in the 2021 and 2022 City Planning Study Work Program as a part of the [...]

Preserving the Past, and Protecting the Future of Little Jamaica2021-03-30T22:05:13+00:00
5 03, 2021

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update

2021-03-22T21:05:27+00:00

Have a Secret Talent? Let's Come Together as a Community: Join Midtown's Got Talent! Now, more than ever, I believe it's important for us to come together as a community. Please join me for Midtown's Got Talent on Thursday, March 25th at 7:00pm! This online event will feature prizes from Midtown businesses, and the winners [...]

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update2021-03-22T21:05:27+00:00
5 03, 2021

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update

2021-03-05T16:39:22+00:00

Have a Secret Talent? Let's Come Together as a Community: Join Midtown's Got Talent! Now, more than ever, I believe it's important for us to come together as a community. Please join me for Midtown's Got Talent on Thursday, March 25th at 7:00pm! This online event will feature prizes from Midtown businesses, and the winners [...]

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update2021-03-05T16:39:22+00:00
24 02, 2021

February 24, 2021

2021-02-24T16:03:11+00:00

2021.TE23.5 - (9:30 AM)  Naming of an existing Public Lane south of Eglinton Avenue West, extending between Flanders Road and Westover Hill Road  (Ward 12 - Statutory: City of Toronto Act, 2006) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.TE23.5     2021.TE23.14 - (10:00 AM)  15 Delisle Avenue - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Final Report  (Ward 12 - [...]

February 24, 20212021-02-24T16:03:11+00:00
18 02, 2021

Toward A New Approach to Community Safety

2021-02-18T18:24:03+00:00

Councillor Josh Matlow's amendments to EX21.2: 1.City Council request the City Manager, in consultation with appropriate City Divisions and Agencies, to report to the Executive Committee in fourth quarter of 2021 on the establishment of first-response services to support the following: a. street-involved individuals; b. gender-based violence and domestic disputes; c. racialized youth; and d. [...]

Toward A New Approach to Community Safety2021-02-18T18:24:03+00:00
10 02, 2021

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update

2021-02-10T22:40:28+00:00

Midtown Hygge Events: Bringing our Community Together to Support Mental Health & Well-being During These Challenging Times Hygge (hoo-gah) (n.) is a concept, originating in Denmark, of creating atmospheres that promote warmth, well-being and staying present. Now, more than ever, I believe it’s important to create Midtown’s Hygge online events to bring us together as [...]

Councillor Matlow’s City Hall and Community Update2021-02-10T22:40:28+00:00
10 02, 2021

Challenging Overdevelopment in Midtown: Update on 733 Mount Pleasant

2021-02-10T22:06:50+00:00

At the last City Council meeting I supported sending City Legal and City Planning to oppose Rockport's 733 Mount Pleasant development application that was appealed to the provincial Local Planning Appeals Tribunal (LPAT). The City has carefully reviewed the proposal for a 27-storey tower on a site that was originally identified as a midrise site [...]

Challenging Overdevelopment in Midtown: Update on 733 Mount Pleasant2021-02-10T22:06:50+00:00
10 02, 2021

UPDATE: Activating Community Youth Space in Our Oakwood-Vaughan Neighbourhood

2021-02-10T22:11:01+00:00

In December, my motion on activating a new community space for youth in our Oakwood-Vaughan neighbourhood passed unanimously at City Council. Since then, I've been working closely with our Social Development staff on finding a youth agency and new space in the community. While we continue to explore every avenue with City Staff and our [...]

UPDATE: Activating Community Youth Space in Our Oakwood-Vaughan Neighbourhood2021-02-10T22:11:01+00:00
10 02, 2021

Keeping Our Community Safe: Community Consultation Meeting on Development Near CP Rail Line

2021-02-10T22:08:25+00:00

City Planning is proposing an amendment to the Official Plan and a proposed zoning approach for an amendment of the City-wide Zoning By-law, to establish a city-wide approach to public safety for new development of sensitive or high occupancy land uses in proximity of rail infrastructure. The amendments are the result of the Development in [...]

Keeping Our Community Safe: Community Consultation Meeting on Development Near CP Rail Line2021-02-10T22:08:25+00:00
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