Letters to The Environment Minister regarding LRV Facility at Ashbridges & the Leslie Street Connecting Route

The 30 day review period for the Environmental Project Report for the Ashbridges Bay Maintenance and Storage Facility for the new streetcars and the Leslie Street Connecting Tracks project ended on November 1, 2010. More information and the report itself can be found at www.toronto.ca/involved/projects/lrv

Many of you have submitted your letters and concerns to the Ministry and I thank you for continuing to play an active role in our community. I fully support Transit City and understand the need for infrastructure to house and maintain the new streetcars. This project and all others must be undertaken with the utmost care being given to the health and safety of residents living and working in the communities where they are being constructed.

Here is my letter to the Minister of the Environment as well as letters from the South Riverdale Community Health Centre Board President, Janine Luce and Paul Young, Health Promoter, Michelle St. Amour, Advocacy Director, Bike Sauce: Bicycle Resource Centre, and Karen Buck, Signatory to the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Environmental Assessment Mediation Agreement on behalf of Citizens for a Safe Environment of Toronto Foundation Inc..

Councilllor Fletcher's Letter to the Minister of Environment (PDF)

Janice Luce, President, Board of Directors, South Riverdale Community Health Centre Letter to the TTC (PDF)

Paul Young, Health Promoter, South Riverdale Community Health Centre Letter to the Ministry of Environment (PDF)

Michelle St. Amour, Advocacy Director, Bike Sauce: Bicycle Resource Centre Letter to the Ministry of Environment (PDF)

From Karen Buck, Signatory to the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Environmental Assessment Mediation Agreement on behalf of Citizens for a Safe Environment of Toronto Foundation Inc. (PDF)

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