- Apr 22, 2007
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There is a supplementary Report coming to Executive this week. It now looks like Ports Toronto are not on side as much - but I cannot see how anyone can get Metrolinx to allow a connection to the main line. The Report says:
PortsToronto recently responded by letter dated April 11, 2022 stating that while there had been "significant progress" made on the matters raised in its 2020 letter, it disagreed with the statement that "a consensus has emerged on the removal of the Harbour Lead Line and Keating Rail Yard Page 6 of 6 Harbour Lead Line", noting that further discussions would be required in order for PortsToronto to provide written notice that it no longer required the Harbour Lead Line. In stating its position as set out above, PortsToronto is relying on its purported rights under a 2012 Siding and Cost Sharing Agreement it entered into with TPLC/CreateTO. The City and CreateTO disagree with PortsToronto and will continue discussions with them. The confidential attachment contains legal advice on these issues.
I can see legal complications! https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2022/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-225283.pdf
Just go in, rip it up and say, what are you going to do about it?