Councillor Josh Matlow

General Issues

2 09, 2014

Glebe Manor Lawn Bowling Club Update

2014-09-02T20:38:25+00:00

  Dear Residents,   Late last week it came to my attention that a Building Permit notice was posted at the Glebe Manor Lawn Bowling Club site (196 Manor Road East). Further investigation revealed that the permit was for an eight-foot sign to be erected on the property. I am not aware of what the [...]

Glebe Manor Lawn Bowling Club Update2014-09-02T20:38:25+00:00
3 12, 2013

Take Action: Support Toronto’s Youth Equity Strategy

2013-12-03T14:18:01+00:00

Dear residents,   It is time for the City of Toronto to take thoughtful and proactive measures to deal with youth violence no matter what neighbourhood it is found in. We cannot wait for another tragedy to spur more calls for blue ribbon panels and simplistic reactions. There have been many good reports that have [...]

Take Action: Support Toronto’s Youth Equity Strategy2013-12-03T14:18:01+00:00
13 08, 2013

My letter to the Licensing and Standards Committee regarding nuisance lighting

2013-08-13T13:23:23+00:00

Chair and Members Licensing and Standards Committee 10th Floor, West Tower, City Hall 100 Queen St. West Toronto ON M5H 2N2     June 10, 2013   Re: Enforcing Chapter 629-17 of the Municipal Code relating to nuisance lighting     Licensing and Standards staff have adopted a narrow interpretation of Chapter 629-17A of the [...]

My letter to the Licensing and Standards Committee regarding nuisance lighting2013-08-13T13:23:23+00:00
7 08, 2013

City of Toronto and School Boards Task Force Approved

2017-05-29T19:24:45+00:00

Council approved my motion to create a task force made up of city councillors and school trustees from all four boards in the Toronto area. We serve the same communities, and share many priorities, yet are different levels of government. Now there will finally be a formal table for us to work together on common [...]

City of Toronto and School Boards Task Force Approved2017-05-29T19:24:45+00:00
26 06, 2013

Thank You for Supporting Taking Action on the Roots of Youth Violence at City Hall!

2017-05-29T19:24:46+00:00

Dear friends,   I am pleased to share with you the news that the Toronto Youth Equity Framework was approved unanimously by Toronto's Community Development and Recreation Committee this afternoon. It will now go to City Council's July 16 meeting for final approval.   Thank you so much to each of you who invested time [...]

Thank You for Supporting Taking Action on the Roots of Youth Violence at City Hall!2017-05-29T19:24:46+00:00
31 05, 2013

NOTICE OF MOTION: Mitigating the negative impacts of urban wildlife

2017-05-29T19:24:48+00:00

Councillor Cesar Palacio Chair, Licensing and Standards Committee 10th Floor, West Tower, City Hall 100 Queen St. West Toronto ON M5H 2N2   May 23, 2013   Re: Mitigating the negative impacts of urban wildlife   Every year, over one hundred Toronto residents each receive a painful, precautionary rabies shot following a bite from a [...]

NOTICE OF MOTION: Mitigating the negative impacts of urban wildlife2017-05-29T19:24:48+00:00
30 05, 2013

NOTICE OF MOTION: Funding Transit and Infrastructure Priorities in Canada’s Largest City

2013-05-30T19:33:49+00:00

NOTICE OF MOTION   Funding Transit and Infrastructure Priorities in Canada's Largest City   Moved by: Councillor Josh Matlow   Seconded by: Councillor Peter Milczyn   SUMMARY:   This motion requests that City Council consider the accompanying recommendation to explore reforms to municipal bonds that would reduce the cost of servicing the City of Toronto's [...]

NOTICE OF MOTION: Funding Transit and Infrastructure Priorities in Canada’s Largest City2013-05-30T19:33:49+00:00
25 03, 2013

NOTICE OF MOTION: A Picture Tells Too Many Storeys: Honest Advertising for Proposed Developments

2013-03-25T21:20:54+00:00

NOTICE OF MOTION A Picture Tells Too Many Storeys: Honest Advertising for Proposed Developments Moved by: Councillor Matlow Seconded by: Councillor Wong-Tam SUMMARY:   Toronto is becoming an increasingly dense city with an additional 134,000 new residents added between 2001 and 2011. The majority of those new inhabitants are living in condominiums. It is anticipated [...]

NOTICE OF MOTION: A Picture Tells Too Many Storeys: Honest Advertising for Proposed Developments2013-03-25T21:20:54+00:00
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