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March 1, 2010

Rita Davies
Director of Culture Services
100 Queen Street West, City Hall,
Floor 9 East Tower
Economic Development, Culture & Tourism
Toronto, ON   M5H 2N2

Dear Rita,

As the Guildwood community prepares for the revitalization of the Guild Inn Park grounds I believe it would be a perfect opportunity to display an art sculpture on the newly installed boulevard at Guildwood Parkway and Livingston Road, to the community as well as those who visit the Guildwood Village.

Several sculptures are being housed on the property behind Building 191 which would be appropriate for this location.  The new boulevards feature large flower beds which will be beautifully planted this spring, an art piece would very munch compliment the area and would act as the centre piece.

The concept of placing a sculpture on Guildwood Parkway is not a new one.  Both the Guildwood Village Community Association and the Guild Renaissance Group have made this request in the past.  With the beautifully featured boulevards now installed this is the opportunity to fulfill our request.

The installation process, I have been advised would not be cumbersome as I have consulted with our transportation department who have informed me that a cement pad can be placed to accommodate the sculpture.

I would very much appreciate your attention to this request so that I with the Guildwood Village Community Association and the Guild Renaissance Group may with staffs guidance move forward to select an appropriate art sculpture for the Guildwood Parkway and Livingston Road site.

I look forward to your reply



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