Category Archives: Park Liaison Group

German Mills Settlers Park Liaison Group consists of Markham City representatives and three representaitves of SPRA:
Kimberly Seymour
Bernard Sze
Bob James

First meeting of the Group took place in April, 2013. Updates on the issues discussed by the Group and any documents produced as a reuslt are regulalrly published on the website.
In this section you can read news, announcements and the documents concerning the meetings and decisions of the Liaison Group to determine what should be done to protect our Park wildlife, environment and residents’ safety.
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Information about drilling work to start at The German Mills Meadow and Natural Habitat

                      ­­­­­­      Settlers Park Residents Association     The German Mills Meadow and Natural Habitat Background The Sabiston Landfill has been closed since about 1975. About…

Save our Green Space – Again!

Six years ago, and again two years ago, we had to fight to stop a major drilling program on the German Mills Meadow and Natural Habitat. Markham’s excuse then was ‘methane emissions’, although a senior…

SPRA Park Liaison Group, TFN representatives and Markham City environmental manager at the German Mills Settlers Park

German Mills Meadow and Natural Habitat Tour with Toronto Field Naturalists, Markham Park Planner and S.P.R.A. Executive   On Monday June 24, 2013 members of the SPRA executive: Rigby Andrews, Kimberly Seymour and Bob James…


Download PDF file of NOTICE OF PROJECT COMMENCEMENT Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) in partnership with The City of Markham and The Regional Municipality of York, is preparing to implement large-scale erosion restoration works within…

German Mills Meadow and Natural Habitat Liaison Group Update: Fixing the underground pipe works planned for Week of April 22

This is just an update of maintenance work scheduled for the next week from the City of Markham. You can address your questions to me and we will request more info if necessary through the…

Government of Canada Invests in a Community Environmental Project in Ontario

News Release Government of Canada Invests in a Community Environmental Project in Ontario TORONTO, Ont. – April 15, 2013 – John Carmichael, Member of Parliament for Don Valley-West, on behalf of Canada’s Environment Minister, the Honourable…