The big day is approaching for several resident associations opposed to a six-storey development at 1960-1962 Queen St. E., generally referred to as the ‘Lick’s development’, since the proposed building would take the place of the burger restaurant at Queen and Kenilworth.
The same Community Council meeting will consider a zoning by-law amendment for a proposal to build 30 semi-detached and one detached houses on a property running between 42 Edgewood Ave. and Hemlock Avenue, including the creation of a new public through street.
Anyone interested in making a presentation on either proposal at the meeting, or making a written submission, should contact Rosalind Dyers, Toronto and East York Community Council Administrator at the City Clerk’s office. To appear in person, phone 416-392-7033. To make a written submission, fax 416-397-0111, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those that made oral or written submissions are entitled to appeal Community Council’s decision to the Ontario Municipal Board.