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A Malton community hub takes shape

Mississauga-Malton will be converting the decommissioned Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool into a community hub.

At a Regional Council meeting back in April, Ward 5 Councillor Carolyn Parrish asked her colleagues to approve a study to provide funding for a community services hub in the Malton neighbourhood. She wanted to convert the pool enclosure at Lincoln Alexander Secondary School into a Youth Hub Facility with a drop-in centre main floor and a 40 per cent mezzanine to house social and health service agencies, specifically focused on youth. The hub will provide services, programs and social/cultural activities that reflect the local community needs.

Located at 3545 Morningstar Drive, the facility will offer meeting rooms, offices, program, event and multi-functional open space for social gatherings. The facility is currently 12,000 square feet with the capacity to expand to up to approximately 21,000 square feet.

With the support of the Peel District School Board and the Region of Peel, the design and construction of the hub will begin soon.

The design of the hub is expected to begin in 2020 followed by the construction and opening of the facility in 2021.

Parrish has asked Peel Region to provide two-thirds of capital funds in the 2019 Budget; the City of Mississauga would be asked to provide the remaining third in the same budget. -CINEWS


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