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  1. Happy New Year, Deca Diaries! Thanks for all the marvellous posts in 2010. Looking forward to more in 2011.

  2. Greetings DECA members,

    Comments and concerns regarding this article should be sent attention Litsa Kostouros, litsakosta@gmail.com along with contact information.

    Yours Sincerely,

    Litsa Kostouros

  3. @Litsa

    I just read through all of the the comments following that article and you should probably have someone proofread your comments going forward. Whether it was your intent or not, your comments make it appear that you have already decided that this should be pushed through, regardless of what the public tells you. In fact, you berate and mock those who present alternate points of view.

    Why anyone would bother sending their questions or concerns to someone who is so obviously biased and who helped Mr. Getachew hand-pick a slate of board members who appear sure to pass this ludicrous proposal is beyond me.

  4. Hi:
    After reading the Globe article on the issue of the name of the stretch of Danforth in question (Greenwood to Monarch Park), I must agree with Councillor Janet Davis and others that the best name is still ‘Danforth Mosaic’. I live on the Danforth just east of Coxwell and do walk along the stretch in question and it is very diverse, including Ethiopian, Moroccan, Italian and likely Greek and other non-ethnic identified. So it is a Mosaic.

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