Councillor’s Corner- Ward 7 : July 2022

anthony-perruzza

July 12, 2022

Dear Resident,

As we continue into July, I hope you are keeping healthy and safe while enjoying the summer weather. The City of Toronto has a wide range of seasonal recreational options, fitness programs, arts and festivals for you to explore. To check out a complete list, please visit toronto.ca. Let’s get out and connect with one another.

The City is encouraging qualified residents to apply for lifeguard, swim instructor, and aquatic roles at our swimming pools. More information about the positions available can be found by visiting jobs.toronto.ca/recreation/

The Toronto Public Library announced a new partnership with Ontario Parks. You can now borrow an Ontario Parks Pass with your library card and get day access to over 100 parks. Learn more by visiting tpl.ca/onparkspass

 

DUKE Eats Festival and Movie in the Park

My office partnered with DUKE Heights BIA again to host the DUKE Eats Festival & my annual Movie in the Park. We had the largest turnout ever this year! It was great to connect with families and support local food vendors. Many thanks to CUPE Local 416 for their help with the setup to watch Encanto.

Community Consultation Meeting for 20 Broadoaks Drive and 11 Catford Road.

I also want to thank residents for attending the virtual Community Consultation Meeting for 20 Broadoaks Drive and 11 Catford Road. We’re going to have our next in-person Community Consultation on Thursday,  July 28 from 7-9 PM at Grandravine Community Centre! Contact me for details and to join my working group on the file to continue to have your say on this upcoming development. Local input is essential to ensuring the best results. My staff, Matias or Rachel, will be in touch with you and can link you with the City Planner for additional assistance.

 

Graduating Classes of 2022

I was happy to attend many graduation ceremonies throughout schools in Humber River-Black Creek in June. I want to congratulate all of the graduates and wish them many successes in their future endeavours. Students who are looking to get involved in my Ward 7 Youth Council initiatives over the summer can reach out to my office for details.

 

Stay in touch!

For regular news updates, please follow me on Facebook @AnthonyPerruzza, Twitter @PerruzzaTOInstagram @Perruzza_TO, or subscribe to my regular e-newsletter online by visiting my website anthonyperruzza.com. If you have questions or need access to more City resources, contact me and my office at 416-338-5335 or Councillor_Perruzza@toronto.ca

Yours Truly,

City Councillor
Anthony Perruzza
Ward 7 – Humber River-Black Creek