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Newsletter – Spring 2021

Happy Spring! The HVVRA is pleased to provide members with this newsletter. We hope you find it useful! Did you know? Humber Valley Village History  In the early 1900s, after purchasing much of the surrounding land, Robert Home Smith, a local developer, built his home ‘Edenbridge’ overlooking what was known as Humber Valley. His iconic, stately home …

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Great News!  Council Approves Formal Study for ‘Apartment Neighborhood’

The Board of Directors of the HVVRA is pleased to announce that on Monday, August 25th, Toronto City Council approved funding for a Site and Area Specific Policy (SASP) to guide future development of the apartment neighbourhood adjacent to Humbertown Plaza. The SASP was recommended by IBI Group, following a preliminary study of the area …

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HVVRA RESIDENTS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVE MEDIATED HUMBERTOWN PLAZA REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL

Over 200 members of The Humber Valley Village Residents’ Association (HVVRA) met at Kingsway College School on Tuesday, December 10th and unanimously approved the mediated proposal that was negotiated with First Capital Realty (FCR) on the design for the Humbertown Shopping Centre site. The settlement has also been endorsed by the City of Toronto and …

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HVVRA ATTENDS SEPTEMBER 10 EYCC MEETING

On Tuesday, Sept. 10th, starting at 9:30 a.m., Etobicoke -York Community Council is holding a scheduled meeting, the agenda for which includes two motions vitally important to Humber Valley Village and neighbouring residents: 1. Council directed Secondary Plan. The report can be viewed at: CLICK HERE http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2013.EY26.7 Niels Christensen, president of HVVRA, will be representing …

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