Toronto Star article by Joe Fiorito
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Residents have say on day nurseries
Toronto City Council enacted the bylaw in May of this year, which will remain
in effect until May 2010. During this time, city staff is conducting a study
of the area bound by Glenlake Avenue to the south, Dundas Street West to the
north, the rear lot lines of properties fronting the west side of High Park Avenue
to the west and the rear lot lines of properties fronting the east side of High Park Avenue to the east. The study's purpose is to evaluate appropriate standards and regulations for transforming residential homes into day nurseries.
The purpose of Monday night's meeting at Annette Recreation Centre,
said Senior Planner Philip Carvalino, was to get feedback from community members
"so we have a better understanding of the impacts felt or perceived."