Community Liaison Committee Runnymede Minutes: August 10, 2016
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Residents: Marla Powers, Heather Rollwagen, Rebecca Morfee, Hollie Pollard, Miriam Hawkins, Siobhan Kelly, Alicia Freeborn, Gabrielle Gillespie, Jonathan Berges, Adam Cygler, Stephanie Wilson, Deane O’Leary, Virginia Presseault, Samantha Martin
Agencies: Morris Beckford (Access Alliance Multicultural Health & Community Services), Noel Simpson (Regeneration Community Services), Babur Mawladin (Jane Alliance Neighbourhood Services), Kasia Filaber (Four Villages Community Health Centre); Toronto Police Division #11
Councillors: Councillor Nunziata; Jennifer Cicchelli, Councillor Doucette, Gregory Denton
Staff: Costanza Allevato (Social Development, Finance and Administration (SDFA) and Meeting Chair), Melody Brown (SDFA), Carlos Vazquez (SDFA and Minute Taker), Tracy Campbell (Shelter Support and Housing Administration (SSHA)), Ubah Tahalil (SSHA)
Regrets David Fitzpatrick (Resident), Sandra Almeida (Four Villages Community Health Centre)
|1.||Welcome and Introductions
1. recommend an appropriate number of beds for the shelter and shelter model
2. develop a neighbourhood wellbeing plan that identifies programs and services needed to support a healthy neighbourhood
3. develop a community safety plan to address issues of community safety and security
Terms of Reference
There was consensus on the TOR
SSHA staff to actively seek current/past shelter users to participate in the CLC. Target to have representatives by the 2nd or 3rd meeting.
SSHA staff to connect with members of past/current CLC’s to see if they are interested in coming to a meeting of the 731 Runnymede CLC.
Staff to confirm RFQ closing date and distribute link to CLC
CLC will provide input on outreach to establish work groups
|4.||Review of Shelter Standards
CLC members to submit their requests for data to staff.
SSHA staff will get back to the group to advise if the specific data they have requested is available, and if so, the timelines for acquiring it.
SSHA staff to distribute needs assessment and summary notes from consultation with shelter clients
Melody to connect with Urban Arts regarding their environmental scan of the area.
Staff to engage the Community Benefits Network
||Costanza will send out email with directions to Fort York Residence|
|6.||Meeting Adjourned – 9:00 p.m.|