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June 1, 2018

Newsletter 17

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Proposals Report and Draft Secondary Plan Posted

The Don Mills Crossing Proposals Report will be considered at the June 7th Planning and Growth Management Committee (PGMC) meeting and presents the draft Don Mills Crossing Secondary Plan for public consultation. The report and attached draft Secondary Plan are now available for viewing.

The Draft Secondary Plan advances a vision of Don Mills and Eglinton as a distinct and complete community that celebrates the natural heritage of the Don River Valley system and builds on the area’s tradition of cultural and technological innovation.

Developed as part of the ongoing Phase 3 work program for Don Mills Crossing, the Draft Secondary Plan is a result of public engagement and technical background work completed since the launch of the study in October 2016. Most recently, over 85 participants reviewed and provided feedback on draft policy directions and the Mobility Plan Preferred Solution at an open house held on April 19th at the Ontario Science Centre.

Also at PGMC on June 7th, a Directions Report will be considered for the proposed redevelopment of the Celestica lands at the northwest quadrant of Eglinton Avenue East and Don Mills Road. This report is informed by the draft policies of the Don Mills Crossing Secondary Plan.

What’s Next?

If the Proposals Report is adopted at PGMC, a final round of public and stakeholder engagement on the draft policy framework will be conducted in the Fall of 2018. A Final Report with the recommended Official Plan Amendment containing the Don Mills Crossing Secondary Plan will be brought forward to a statutory public meeting at the Planning and Growth Management Committee in early 2019.

Thank you for helping us reach this important milestone in the study! We look forward to your ongoing participation and engagement in community building at Don Mills and Eglinton.

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