St Lawrence Neighbourhood Association

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 117 Acknowledged Issues: 2
Watching issues created after: 2012-12-30

St Lawrence Neighbourhood Assn

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  • 258 Adelaide Street East Toronto, ON - Toronto
    Cars are constantly being ticketed because of improper sign posting. They are ambiguous and should be be posted in the proper position. It's just not fair and the parking authority couldn't care less.
  • 1-21 Court Street Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    There are 9 decorative streetlights on the north side of COURT STREET (from Church to Toronto Streets). 7 of the 9 do not work, reported to Hydro several times, no action!
  • The St. Lawrence Centre Front street, Toronto, ON - Toronto
    The St. Lawrence Centre entrance area is a mess. With graffiti on the east end of the building (tags are blue, black and red). the filth and the smell of dog urine around all the posts at the entrance on front street. with this facility being for sale, you'd think the city would show off their assets better
  • Wilton Street Toronto, ON - Toronto
    Making a separate report for streetlights out on Wilton Street between Lower Jarvis & Market Streets. According to "Ken" nthey have been out for many months.
  • 36 Scott St Toronto, ON M5E 1B2, Canada - Toronto
    A large elevated highway has appeared downtown, south of the railway tracks. It is unsightly and blocking access to the water. I just noticed it yesterday, but it might have been there longer. Can the city clean this up?
  • 99 Blue Jays Way Toronto, ON - Toronto

    We were astounded to learn yesterday that the City has given a permit #56005601 to have only the front of a historical building moved into half of Blue Jays Way, directly across from Wayne Gretzky's restaurant causing huge chaos! 4 lanes are now down to 2 lanes. People in cars had no idea where to go. I am the building Manager for WG's and went out to find out what was happening. This permit is from Aug.1, 2012 to Aug.31, 2012 so apparently they're fighting to extend it because this historical wall will sit in the street for approximately 1.5-2 years!! they will be digging down 6 floors then put the building back. The Site Superintendent told me he suggested he take the wall apart & move it elsewhere to help the traffic, he even offered to put it in the parking lot across the street, the City didn't care to hear his alternatives.

    We have enough issues with traffic problems when The Jays have a Game in town, what will happen now? who makes these decisions & does NOT inform the neighbourhood!

    I have many more photos

  • 517 Richmond Street East Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    The west wall of 517 Richmond Street East is defaced with graffiti vandalism at the second floor level
  • Lower Sherbourne At Front To Esplanade Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    There is no proper sidewalk on the east side of Lower Sherbourne between Front St. and The Esplanade. With development in all directions and increased pedestrian traffic perhaps pedestrians should be warned to avoid walking in this potentially hazardous stretch.
  • 12 Brigden Place Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    There is extensive graffiti vandalism throughout the south and east walls of 12(?) Brigden Place
  • 171 Front Street East Toronto, ON - Toronto
    This library essentially has no bike parking. There's a derelict stand that is basically useless to one side of the library entrance. There need to be several ring and posts in this area to accommodate cyclists who use this library—and there are many!
  • 161 King Street East Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    At the southeast corner of the walkway through St. James Park a section of the sidewalk has sunk badly and is completely under water every time it rains, forcing pedestrians onto the grass.
  • 107 King Street East Toronto, Ontario - Toronto
    While the food may be good at Origin, their patio (from the sidewalk) reeks of dog pee ... hence "Pee-tio" instead of Patio. It's not ideal for customers or pedestrians (especially when you're waiting to cross at the intersection!). I'm not sure why this is the case ... maybe the metal plant boxes??