July 2019 - Manga submits rezoning application to City
November 2019 - Community Consultation Meeting at City Hall
January 2020 - Manga appeals to LPAT on basis that City has not responded within 90 days
May 2020 - original date for LPAT Case Management Conference - deferred
August 2020 - City produces RESPONSE which opposes the application
September 16, 2020 - City will take this response to Toronto and East York Community Council Meeting asking for DIRECTION and permission to proceed with LPAT hearing
September 25, 2020 - 10 days prior to October 5th - see below
October 5, 2020 - LPAT has scheduled a Case Management Conference
1) Community consultation meeting if one is scheduled. This is usually our first exposure to development plans and our first opportunity to ask questions and express opinions.
2) TEYCC Meeting affords us the opportunity to either write or speak our opinions and have them considered in the official record.
3) Case Management Conference (CMC) is where the real commitment and work begin. The big decision is whether to seek Party status or Participant status or whether to get involved at all.
Participant status is less involved but requires some degree of rigour. As outlined in the CMC notice, a Participant needs to submit a request form and a position statement 10 days prior to the start of the CMC ... in this case September 25th. A Participant can be an incorporated body (ie condo, neighbourhood association, business) or an individual.