Monday, January 6, 1930 The Globe (Toronto) Page 14, col. 3

Grade separations and school building urged by MacGregor

Alderman-elect also seeks remedy for city radio interference.

Living up to his campaign promises, Alderman-elect Donald C. MacGregor, who was returned in Ward 6, today filed with the City Clerk several motions, covering various improvements in his ward which he advocated throughout the campaign. The Alderman states that all the suggested improvements are long-standing needs in the district.

The motions read:

That the City Solicitor be instructed to apply to the Board for Railway Commissioners for the execution of the remaining works to be done under the order issued in 1923, governing grade separation on Bloor Street West, Royce Avenue, St. Clair Avenue West, Lansdowne Avenue and Dufferin Street, with the specific objective of having subways constructed on St. Clair Avenue and Lansdowne Avenue, and that the City Solicitor be instructed to act without delay.