TORONTO, Nov. 6 /CNW/ - Set aside time on November 14, the City of
Toronto wants to know what you think about proposed plans to revitalize Union
Mayor David Miller and Councillors will host an open house to showcase
the recommended approach to Union Station's revitalization. The public is
encouraged to visit Union Station to view the display panels that outline the
changes, speak with staff and fill out a questionnaire with their ideas.
"It's important that Torontonians get involved and direct the future of
Union Station; it's a major heritage and transportation investment for the
City of Toronto, Ontario and Canada," explains Mayor David Miller. "We're
investing in Union Station to bring it back to life and make it a world class
station. I encourage all Torontonians to come out and see what we want Union
Station to become, and tell us what's most important to you."
Date: November 14, 2007
Time: 12:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Location: Great Hall, Union Station
Starting November 14, the public can also go online to see the
recommended approach and answer a questionnaire via e-mail. The deadline for
input is November 19, so staff can prepare the comments for the report that
goes to the Executive Committee on November 26.
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