The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) made the decision Thursday evening that 17 townhomes in North You are able to will have to be expropriated and razed to construct a brand new senior high school on the website.
The meeting presented three options: to expropriate all 30 houses within the Bayview Ave. complex near Cummer Ave., next to an old TDSB grade school to expropriate no houses or only a few houses.
A 6-4 election opted for the center-ground option, identifying that home owners towards the south could be permitted to have their houses.
Citizens were permitted twenty minutes as a whole to discuss their concerns, while some contended the requirement for a lasting home for that school.
The previous grade school to begin was bought to provide St. Joseph’s Morrow Park School a lasting home. The highschool have been leasing property because the sixties that transformed hands in 2008, compelling looking.
In Feb, all citizens within the complex received an expropriation notice.
Like a public body, the college board is allowed under provincial legislation to consider land without consent — while paying the dog owner — if it is within the larger public interest.
Trustee Maria Rizzo, who had been the neighborhood trustee for that all-women school before the limitations of her ward transformed, stated in Feb she'd never supported expropriation, but caused by the uncertainty students faced continues to be decreasing enrolment, presently hanging around 600.
Purchasing 30 townhomes will cost the board $28 million to $$ 30 million. The board compensated $940Thousand for starters from the townhomes it bought this past year.