Speed Hump Implementation on Concord Avenue between Hallam Street and Dupont Street

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  • Anthony Cammareri
    answered 2021-07-09 15:05:52 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Tim Gordon
    answered 2021-07-05 16:31:10 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Garland Dewling
    answered 2021-07-05 13:30:10 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Isabel Henriques
    answered 2021-07-01 16:51:26 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Steve Crossman
    answered 2021-06-30 18:57:47 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Tristan McKerracher
    answered 2021-06-30 15:13:31 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Stephanie Aniol
    answered 2021-06-28 15:51:23 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Josephine Munroe
    answered 2021-06-28 13:28:35 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Kim Spence
    answered 2021-06-28 08:58:54 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Kathryn Scott
    answered 2021-06-27 19:18:10 -0400
    Q: Recently, I received feedback from residents in the Dovercourt Park neighbourhood about motorists speeding on Concord Avenue north of Hallam Street to Dupont Street, and using it as a north-south through-way instead of Ossington Avenue. With many young families living on the street, residents have contacted me to determine what might be done to address this concern and enhance safety, including consideration of having speed humps installed.
    A: Yes
  • Michael Jacoby
    published this page in Notices, Polls and Petitions 2021-06-01 16:42:24 -0400

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