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Consultations on the City's latest Noise Bylaw Proposals: January 28 to February 6, 2019

Just Announced - Make our Voices Heard The City of Toronto is reviewing the Noise Bylaw and wants to hear from you! The review aims to introduce updates that reflect our growing and vibrant city, while enhancing the noise standards that protect the residents of Toronto. You are invited to attend. Please pass this information on to others who may be interested. There will be five public consultations seeking feedback on emerging Noise Bylaw updates: 1. Power Equipment (for example: leaf blowers) Monday January 28, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. North York Civic Centre Member’s Lounge (5100 Yonge St.) 2. Motor Vehicles Tuesday January 29, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Metro Hall, Room 310 (55 John St.) 3.


Toronto Star 1 Dec 2018 MAY WARREN STAFF REPORTER In an occasional series, the Star delves into 311 data to see what our concerns say about the city. In the second instalment, we look at one of the biggest reasons why people pick up the phone to dial 311: the noise that’s keeping us up at night. Lined by small lots with neat hedges, the tiny residential street of East Haven Drive in southwest Scarborough is almost deserted on a recent chilly Wednesday. Other than the sound of children playing at a nearby school and the odd rev of a car engine on Kingston Road, the most noise comes from the steady beeping of a truck backing up at a nearby condo under construction. This is the heart of the noi


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