Each candidate has a unique view of how public infrastructure should be handled going forward in Beaches – East York. Find out who is running in Ward 19.
A resident from the Cosburn and Cedarvale area calls the intersection a “time bomb” when it comes to pedestrian safety.
On Thursday afternoon police say a 69-year-old woman crossing at that intersection in East York was struck and killed by a moving truck.
Janet Davis has discovered new importance in the annual Remembrance Day, in personal wartime correspondence she inherited.
“I found all the letters that my father and brother wrote to my mother during the war,” Davis said. “They talked about not being sure what was going to happen next.”
New signs for reduced speed limits will not be posted on residential streets in East York until early next year, according to Toronto and East York Transportation Services. The vote to reduce speed limits was approved unanimously by the Toronto and East York community council in early September. The speed limit on some residential roads in East York officially went from 40 kilometres per hour to 30, a week ago. Toronto and East York Transportation Services supervisor Sandra Burk said the delay in posting the signs is because the process is complex.
Davis ended up with 12,697 votes — 9,674 more than closest contender George Papadakis, who had 3,023 votes, or 14 per cent of the total.
“The incumbent (Janet Davis) has always had the advantage,” MacDonald said. “In most cases, and in this particular race, I am pretty sure it’s been NDP, so it’s not a surprise at all.”
The polls are now closed. Live at 8:15 p.m. from the Observer Radio News studio in East York, Observer Radio News has the latest on the 2014 municipal election.
“In 2010 my team completely redid my image,” Sarah Thomson says. “It was a very slick image and it wasn’t one that I was comfortable with.” Four years later, she’s taking a more “comfortable and authentic” approach with her wardrobe in this campaign.
The ringing of the telephone pierces the background sound at Jen Sagar’s home. Another request for an interview has come in and there’s a debate tonight. The kids leave for school and now her attention turns to a meeting she has to run to. It’s not even 9 a.m. And yet somehow everything seems under control.
Janet Davis says she will return to city hall as the councillor for Ward 31, and fight for the needs and services of families, neighbourhoods and communities. Davis and her supporters gathered Monday night at…