LAMP's Annual General Meeting 2011

What makes a livable city? This question has been greatly debated among Toronto citizens given the significant budget cutbacks being discussed at City Hall. Toronto as we know it may look and feel a lot different in the next few years. Threats of layoffs and cuts in services like libraries, pools, recreation, daycare centres, and protective services like fire and police loom ahead, if the cuts are across the board. LAMP's Annual General Meeting will examine this issue and talk about what makes a livable city. Our keynote speaker is critically acclaimed Toronto Star columnist Christopher Hume, who's dedicated his career to examining what makes a city livable and vibrant. His articles have focused on topics such as how urban design affects the health of city residents, the importance of arts and culture in community, and building sustainable communities. LAMP's Annual General Meeting will take place at the Assembly Hall (1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive Kipling and Lakeshore Boulevard West) on Thursday September 15th at 7:00pm. Don't miss this important chance to meet your neighbours and address a topic that affects all of us. Everyone is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Doors open at 6: 30 pm. For more information call 416-252-6471.

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