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Roger Ehrlich
Username: Rehrlich

Registered: 09-2014
Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 02:26 pm:   

Hello, a forwarded message from CFS to the Ryerson Community...

City of Toronto construction will be ongoing along Gerrard Street, affecting the sidewalk next to the Monetary Times (MON) Building starting on Friday, September 30, 2016. The first part will be the noisiest as it involves the breakup and removal of the existing sidewalk. The sidewalk affected starts at the corner of Church Street extending eastward to the midpoint of the walkway between MON and EPH Buildings. There will be a marked alternative pedestrian route around this construction. The accessible entrance to MON will still be fully operational and can best be reached via Church using the pathway on the south side of MON, during this construction phase. In general, the reconstruction of the sidewalks next to Ryerson property on Gerrard is slated to be completed by mid-October.

Periodic updates can be found at:
Twitter - @RyersonFixit
Ryerson Mobile app Smart Campus
CF+S Website ryerson.ca/campusfacilities

For more information, please contact:
Campus Facilities & Sustainability - Help Desk
Phone: 416.979.5091
E-mail: fixit@ryerson.ca

For after hours concerns, or emergencies, please contact:
Security & Emergency Services
416.979.5040

FOR EMERGENCIES:
Dial 80 from any internal phone

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