TRINITY-SPADINA COUNCILLOR MIKE LAYTON IS HOSTING A MEETING AT THE BOB ABATE COMMUNITY & RECREATION CENTRE ON TUESDAY EVENING TO UPDATE THE COMMUNITY ON THE CITY OF TORONTO’S PLANS TO IMPROVE AND REVITALIZE CHRISTIE PITS
The TP Baseball Committee would like to inform all parents and players that Toronto City Councillor Mike Layton (Trinity-Spadina) will be hosting a Christie Pits Park Improvements Open House on Tuesday, February 17 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Bob Abate Community and Recreation Centre (485 Montrose Avenue).
If you are unable to make it and would like information or to provide feedback, please contact Marco Bianchi, the councillor’s assistant, at the number/e-mail listed in the notice below:
Plans to improve Christie Pits Park continue to progress. Over the last year, local residents, my office and City staff have been working toward a vision for Christie Pits that does not disrupt the already vibrant culture of the park, while introducing improvements that will make all park patrons’ experiences better.
Some highlights include a new community hub around the bake oven, court area upgrades, a new stage for hosting community events, and the return of a popular feature in the playground area. These are just some of the many improvements planned for the park.
I invite you to join me to learn more about this work.
When: Tuesday, February 17
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Where: Bob Abate Community Centre – 485 Montrose Avenue (map).
If you are unable to attend and would like more information, or would like to provide your thoughts, please contact Marco Bianchi in my office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 416-392-4009.
I look forward to seeing you on February 17!
Mike Layton, City Councillor, Ward 19 Trinity Spadina