Letters to the Editor for July 21, 2015

Re: Clarity needed for path congestion, Letters to the Editor, Beach Metro News, June 30:

It should be noted that the City of Toronto web site states: “On trails, stay to the right, pass to the left and remember that pedestrians always have the right-of-way.”

It is important to understand that mixed use recreational trails are not roadways, so the same logic cannot be applied. Every user, whether pedestrian, cyclist, inline skater, etc., is to travel on the right hand side. This facilitates passing slower-moving people safely.

There are signs posted identifying the mixed use designation and how to pass safely. Hope this helps clarify this issue.

Ken Milligan

Kennedy Road


Mark unwanted mail ‘Return to Sender’

As with any other mailings we receive and do not welcome, we mark the top of Your Ward News with “Return To Sender” and place it in a Canada Post mail box.

This action maybe gives a better message than placing the paper in the recycling box.

Name and address withheld

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