Fuzzy Boundaries Naming Project
Voting in the second (and final) round to select a neighbourhood name is from
Monday, March 1 to Sunday, March 14
Online voting closes at 12 Midnight
on March 14.
The preferential ballot allows residents to rank their three favourite names in order from the Top Ten list
Top Ten list of names determined in the first round of voting:
Black Oak Triangle, East Junction, Junction Triangle, Perth Park,
Railpath, Railtown, Rail District, South Junction Triangle,
The Triangle and The Wedge.
You can vote
Or in person at the
- Perth/Dupont Toronto Public Library at 1589 Dupont Street,
- Yasi’s Place at 299 Wallace Avenue
- Nonna’s Place at 1540 Bloor Street West
We hope that you will vote again and encourage your friends and neighbours to participate as well. You could help us promote the project by taking a lawn sign for your property. Just reply to this e-mail with your name and address and we'll come by and post one of our new, bright yellow signs.
There will also be a major canvass of the neighbourhood on Saturday, March 6 to encourage people to vote. You are welcome to join us at 12:30 p.m. in front of the mural at 229 Wallace Avenue. It is a great opportunity to meet some of your neighbours and help spread the word about the Fuzzy Boundaries project.
Finally, the Toronto Star has an interesting story about the naming project in today's edition. You can view it online atwww.thestar.com
Many thanks again for participating! The final results of the naming process will be announced on Tuesday, March 16.