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7 Oaks Community Association
Email: 7oaksresidents@gmail.com
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Community Survey
The 7 Oaks Community Association has posted a survey on their website for your input.  I encourage you to partake in shaping your community with the newly revitalized association. Survey

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED IN THE 7 OAKS RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION?
Contact: Dan Nortes, President, 7 Oaks Residents Association, Website: 7 Oaks Residents Association


Bus Shelter Update: Oakmeadow Boulevard W side of Neilson Road
The bus shelter at the north end of Oakmeadow Boulevard on the west side of Neilson Road will be moved back to its original location, further back from the road. Further updates will be provided as soon as possible. Kindly provide any questions and comments regarding this item to my office at councillor_ainslie@toronto.ca

TTC Bus Stops on Neilson Road just south of Highway 401
It was determined based on ridership that these stops will be removed from service on May 12, 2019 at the same time the Neilson Road bridge rehabilitation (May-June 2019) takes place.  Notices will be placed on the affected stops by April 22, 2019 (at the latest).

Though TTC staff's evaluation they found very few customers used the stops, along with no direct pedestrian access to them.   Customers wishing to access transit service on Neilson Road have excellent access to transit stops at both the norther entrance/exit of Oakmeadow Boulevard and Keeler Boulevard.  Given the lack of direct pedestrian access the eliminating the stops will have no impact to existing customers.

Watermain Cleaning and Relining on Purpledusk Trail and Trailridge Crescent

City of Toronto Works Department staff will be cleaning and structurally relining the watermain system on Purpledusk Trail and Trailridge Crescent. The work is to start this month.  The City-owned portion of any substandard water service pipes will be replaced. This project is part of a City Council approved Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure, improve water distribution, and reduce the risk of watermain breaks. See the full construction notice here.   Everyone's patience while this work is being done is very much appreciated

 


 

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