Frances Nunziata’s office will be holding a meeting about speeding on Church Street tomorrow, September 16, in Elm Park, starting at 6 p.m.
In her flyer, she says, “My office has received many complains about speeding on Church Street over the years. With the recent repaving I have received some requests from residents to have Transportation Services review potential modifications to the portion between Pine Street and Elm Stree to help in addressing these concerns.”
You are asked to wear a mask if you attend the meeting.
COVID hit Weston more than any other community in Toronto, according to the city’s data.
The most recent data show that there have been 1918 cases per 100,000 people in Weston, meaning that almost 2% of people here have had the virus—though the rate is probably higher, since testing was slow at the beginning of the pandemic.
The median case rate in Toronto is about 1%, so Weston has about double the frequency of cases.
The number of active cases continued to climb this week. There were 15 cases in the past 21 days, up from last week.