From: Mississauga Parks & Forestry What’s the problem? Fall cankerworms, also called loopers or inchworms, have been found in areas throughout the City in varying degrees of infestation. As part of their natural cycle, these yellow, green or brown caterpillars feed on the leaves of hardwood trees including maple, oak, cherry and apple. Tell me about […]
The Credit Reserve Association is one of the stakeholders that has been invited to participate in LRT Mississauga South Corridor Committee which is led by Metrolinx. Here is the presentation that was provided at the Meeting on May 3, 2017. The next public meeting will be June 7, 6 – 8 p.m. at the Port Credit Arena […]
The landscape of the historical and spacious properties in Mineola is at risk. It might not be long before the character of our beloved neighbourhood is changed forever and we are no longer the largest residential woodlot in Mississauga. Drive down to Pine or Maple avenue north of Lakeshore in Port Credit and you’ll find that […]
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/partners/sponsorcontent/content/article31374948/?prx_t=BXMCAynAKAftkPA The Globe and Mail has an excellent article on the importance of trees. Mineola is a very lucky community!
Everyone that has something to say to the city regarding the townhouse development is encouraged to fill out this Mona Road Zoning Petition and email it to the credit reserve or to the petition organizer firstname.lastname@example.org .