Author: councillormh

Class yearbook: Toronto councillors sum up the term in one sentence

By: City Hall Bureau, Published on Fri Aug 29 2014 We asked all 45 members of city council to summarize the waning four-year term in one sentence or less. Most responded in person, some via email. And some of them broke the one-sentence rule. Here are their responses: “This was an extremely productive term for […]

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Summer 2014 Newsletter

I hope you have been making the most of summer and enjoying all our community has to offer. I was pleased to host two movie nights last month and great-full for the good weather! I hope you had the opportunity to join me. View Now

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Scarborough Junction Mural Coming Soon

I am thrilled to announce that Scarborough Southwest’s latest mural project has begun. I have secured funding through the City’s underpass revitalization program to be dedicated to the underpass on St. Clair Avenue West, just east of Warden Avenue, and this summer you can expect to see colour enhancing these dreary walls. With the help […]

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City working hard to coordinate construction

There is a myth that the City is not coordinating construction projects on our streets. In fact, the City has a strong coordination effort in place before any work ever begins. Outside factors such as weather, work by outside agencies, and sheer volume of projects are often responsible for the congestion we experience every day. […]

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June 2014 Newsletter

Summer is almost here, and with it comes sunny days and fun community events. It’s a great time to get outside and enjoy Scarborough Southwest. In this issue, you will find information on summer events and activities in our community. If you have a community event you would like me to promote, please contact my […]

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May 2014 Newsletter

Spring is in the air and some warmer weather has finally arrived! If you are anything like me, you have already been out digging in your yard and preparing your gardens.  In preparation for our beautiful gardens I have arranged for our annual ‘Compost Days’ in six parks in Ward 35. Please note that in an effort […]

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2013 Ward 35 Newsletter

2013 Ward 35 Newsletter With this newsletter I hope to share important information on happenings and initiatives in our community. I have fought to ensure your tax dollars are returning to Ward 35. View Newsletter PDF  

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Basement Flooding

November 2013: Incidences of severe and intense rain storms have without question increased in recent years. Changes in climate and in particular the heavy rainfall events have placed severe strain upon our storm and sewage systems that were not designed or constructed to function effectively with these emerging and unfamiliar weather patterns. I have put […]

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2012 Highlights 
in Ward 35

“Fail to plan, plan to fail” – this is an important mantra that I stand to live by. At the start of every year, I create a long list of goals that are set out by YOU, the residents of Ward 35, and then set out to strike them off the list one by one. […]

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Should Toronto Host a Casino Complex?

Many of you have been asking me where I stand on the matter of building a casino in Toronto. I want to begin by making it clear; I will take my lead from you. Email me, call me or complete the poll at the end of this post and let me know how you feel […]

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