I would like to thank everyone who came out to the Community BBQ and Fundraising Event held on Sept. 17th. It is wonderful to see how the Ward 3 community has pulled together to assist the resident affected by the events of June 28th.
Thank you to MP Peter Fonseca for providing the hamburgers, cookies and volunteers, without his assistance this BBQ would not have been able to happen. Thank you to Marc Borg of Marc's No Frills at 925 Rathburn Rd. E for his donation and assistance with the food as well. Thank you to Mark Rossi of Burnhamthorpe Fruit Market for his donation of Apples and thank you to East Side Mario's at 1488 Dundas St. E. for their donation of Pizza.
Petition Process - On-line forms
The City of Mississauga Clerks Department is now using an on-line form for petitions.
There are 2 types of petitions forms listed below:
If you are wanting to bring forward a petition to Council you are required to follow the process as outline on their website at Office of the City Clerk
Union Park Grand Opening
Mark your calendars for the official opening of Union Park taking place on September 24, 2016 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The park is located at the north east corner of Tenth Line and Aquitaine.
There will be a FREE BBQ, bouncy castles, plaque dedication and much more. The first 500 people will receive a souvenir frisbee. Come and check out our amazing new park with something for everyone: We have a playground, adult fitness, skateboard park, multi purpose pad with basketball hoops, a dog run, water feature, covered shelter, benches and in the winter we will have two ice rinks and an improved toboggan hill.
Mississauga's online budget allocator for the 2017 Budget is now available at mississauga.ca/budget.
The online budget allocator lets residents choose their preferred spending option on selected City services.
From roads and recreation programs to fire and emergency services, City services impact people’s lives every day. Decisions about City services drive the budget. Residents can use the allocator to test different spending options and then choose one for each service area.
Results received from the allocator by November 4 will be shared with Budget Committee on November 28. The results will help inform the committee’s review of the 2017 proposed Business Plan and Budget.
“The budget allocator is a great way for residents to learn more about City services and their cost, and tell us about their priorities,” says Jeff Jackson, Director of Finance and Treasurer. “It is an opportunity to share their priorities in a way that gets people involved in their City’s business planning and budgeting process."
The service areas for the budget allocator for the 2017 Budget have been expanded from 10 to 12.
Ward 9 One-on-One
There are still a few spots for Ward 9 residents to join me for coffee and conversation again at my next One on One session on Monday September 26, 2016 from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Meadowvale Community Centre, 6655 Glen Erin Dr.
You can sign up for a specific time to to sit down with me in a private session to ask questions or provide input into any issue.
In order to provide time for everyone, I am asking that you register in advance and select your preferred time from the time slots below. The previous sessions have filled quickly so I encourage you to pick your time soon.
To register please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-896-5900. Please indicate your first and second choice.
I will do my very best to accommodate your preferred time slot.
As always I am available to speak with you at any time if you cannot attend that evening.
6:10 PM 7:50 PM
6:20 PM 8:00 PM
6:50 PM 8:10 PM
7:20 PM 8:30 PM
7:40 PM 8:40 PM
Please find below the following Committee of Adjustment items:
Planning and Building Comments – Sept. 22 CoA hearing – Wards 1, 7, and 8
Planning and Building Comments – Sept. 22 CoA hearing – Wards 1, 2, and 4
A357/16- Revised Notice, drawings & hearing date- 1167 Mineola Gdns- Ward 1
A362/16 – Revised Notice, drawings & hearing date- 1281 Northaven Dr.- Ward 1
Committee of Adjustment – September 22, 2016
Committee of Adjustment Agenda for October 13, 2016
Committee of Adjustment Decisions- September 8, 2016
Committee of Adjustment September 15, 2016 Meeting Results
September 22nd Committee of Adjustment Hearing – Community Services Department (Ward 1)
Committee of Adjustment Files Notes and Deferred List for the September 15, 2016 Meeting
Planning and Building Comments – Sept. 22 CoA hearing – Wards 1, 4, and 6
The Living Lab
As part of the Dundas Connects engagement process, an initiative called the Living Lab has bee developed to allow staff to creatively reach new audiences, engage the public, and to promote the Dundas Connects project to residents and other stakeholders.
1. Urban Green
This will include pop-up flower planters/greenery and a public art game leading people to waste receptacles. This feature will be adjacent to the bus stop, not inside the shelter adjacent to the bus shelter at the NW corner of Cawthra and Dundas Street from September 19-26, 2016.
2. Making Connections
The activation will shine a light on the many unique features that exist along Dundas, reconnecting pedestrians to the street by installing wayfinding signage.
There will be 18 signs around the Dundas intersections from Mississauga Rd to Dixie Rd from September 30 throughout October.
Please find below the following Committee of Adjustment items:
An amazing transformation is about to take place on Mississauga’s waterfront. We are pleased to invite all residents to a BBQ and celebration on September 24 at Lakefront Promenade Marina (135 Lakefront Promenade, Mississauga) to celebrate the start of construction of the Lakeview Waterfront Connection project, which will transform a degraded section of the shore into a beautiful, naturalized conservation area.
The celebration runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and is hosted by the Region of Peel, Credit Valley Conservation, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Mississauga Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey.
The celebration includes a free BBQ, cake cutting, face painting, info booths, addresses from special guests and a ceremonial water blessing performed by a member of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. Addresses, cake cutting and water blessing ceremony start at 12:30 p.m.
Don’t Miss this year’s Southside Shuffle! Plenty to do, see and eat! For more information on the Shuffle visit their website here.
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