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The citizens of Toronto are sponsoring this petition to stop the destruction of waterfront parkland.
Please note this petition will be presented to the City Clerk and Members of City Council. The names and contact information will be publicly available to any person who may wish to examine the document.
Email MAYOR MILLER and tell him he needs to step in and defer a 20 year lease that would cause any waterfront destruction for private parking lots. http://www.toronto.ca/mayor_miller/contact.htm or click on the link: email@example.com Councilor Sylvia Watson Sylvia Watson is pushing for the parking lot and refuses to look at other viable options. Contact Sylvia Watson with your opinions at: 416.392.7919 firstname.lastname@example.org Read the letter the 5 Area Residents Associations sent to Councilor Sylvia Watson after her public consultation. They asked to defer. http://parkdale.to/q=node/99 It all started with parking under the willow trees. Now they are trying to move the parking lot to another parkland area. See the articles that started it all... View / download the April 26 CBC news segment covering this issue: http://parkdale.to/files/cbc-news-lakeshore-20060426.wmv View the Globe and Mail article \"Pave Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot\" http://18.104.22.168/q=node/93 View the Toronto Star article \"Battle brews over western Toronto beaches\" http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServerpagename=thestar/Layout/Article_Type1&c=Article&cid=1146174637038&call_pageid=968350130169&col=969483202845 View the Spacingwire April 24th article http://spacing.ca/wire/p=719 SEE the beautiful willow tree parkland posted on The Bulletin website. http://www.thebulletin.ca/cbulletin/content.jspsid=13536248372573722071268695954&ctid=1000000&cnid=1000767 Please Note: Due to the large number of visitors wanting to see the willows, the Bulletin website might be down during various times of the day.
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