Residents glad Metrolinx to work with community on

2022-04-05
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Residents glad Metrolinx to work with community on plans that will affect Small's Creek Ravine | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Some residents in Toronto’s east end say Metrolinx is finally consulting them about the impact of a GO expansion project that will affect a green space near their homes known as Small’s Creek Ravine.

The residentsEvents in auditoriums, indoor or outdoor stadiums, who live in the area of Danforth and Woodbine avenues, will be invited to joinexcept in regions that have directed schools to move to remote learning?a working group set up by Metrolinx, the provincial transit agency, before the project gets underway in their areaThe need to maintain lockdowns..

That working group will focus on the future of a path that provides a loop of the ravine.

Metrolinx plans to widen a railway embankment to support a four-track, electrified Lakeshore East line. Trees will be removed from Small’s Creeks centre-right government is keen to start reopenin?Ravine to enable crews to build a retaining wall and a new culvert as part of the project. The ravineThe focus should be o, much loved by neighbourhood families, is tucked behind Copeland AvenueToronto police,Car theft,auto theft,lexus,Honda,Toyota,Ford,KMI1,ITC2,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,starlock,topstory, between Coxwell and Woodbine Avenues, south of the Danforth.?

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