Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- On Monday, the Globe reported earlier today, Councillor Norm Kelly (Ward 40, Scarborough-Agincourt) made a last push for subways rather than LRT on Sheppard, in anticipation of tomorrow’s council meeting. He did so in the form of a flyer handed out to his colleagues; one side of that flyer is reproduced above. We are glad to see that no matter the outcome of tomorrow’s vote, the decision will be reason-based and not at all the result of fear-mongering or hyperbole.
- If you see smoke rising up from High Park tomorrow, don’t fret. Unlike this weekend’s suspicious fire in the playground, this is a prescribed burn conducted by the City. It will clear out debris and dead leaves, and leave the trees unharmed.
- Sad news for Kensington residents charmed by a recent pop-up garden in the middle of a broken bit of sidewalk: the garden has now been removed and the break in the sidewalk patched over.