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The year 2018 marks the 28th anniversary in politics for Giorgio Mammoliti. With a voluminous political career, Giorgio Mammoliti has represented Ward 7 – York West for the last 25 years in two different levels of government, serving as MPP in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario a Toronto City Councillor and a recent graduate from the University of Toronto Rotman School of Business Directorship Program.
Prior to his election as Ward 7 Councillor, Giorgio represented York West as MPP from 1990 to 1995. Being elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario at the age of 28, Giorgio Mammoliti was appointed to serve a number of Parliamentary Assistant positions, including Parliamentary Assistant to the Solicitor General and Minister of Correctional Services, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health and Parlimentary Assistant to the Minister responsible for the Provincial Anti-drug Strategy.
Throughout his extensive career serving as Toronto City Councillor for Ward 7 – York West, Giorgio Mammoliti has held a number of positions spanning across a variety of committees ranging from serving as a member of the Mayor’s Executive Committee, serving as former Chair of the Community Development & Recreation committee, serving as Chair of the Toronto Zoo Board, serving on the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), serving as Chair of the City’s International Committee and serving as Co-Chair of Canada Municipalities Housing Action Network.
He has most notably served as Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee. As former Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee, his commitment to safe and affordable housing was illustrated by his work on the Housing Opportunities Toronto (HOT) Action Plan 2010-2020, which was authored by Giorgio and adopted by Council on August 5, 2009.
Years of Service
Solved Constituent Cases
Giorgio Mammoliti’s Accomplishments
- Giorgio Mammoliti has most notably served as Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee. As former Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee, his commitment to safe and affordable housing was illustrated by his work on the Housing Opportunities Toronto (HOT) Action Plan 2010-2020, which was authored by Giorgio and adopted by Council on August 5, 2009.
- In 1991, Mammoliti authored “Caring for each other: the people of Ontario respond to alcohol and drug treatment problems,” an advisory committee report on drug treatment.
- The Toronto Zoo board voted to send four people to China for formal negotiations on acquiring two giant pandas from a zoo in Chongqing; Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti; Dr. Ming-Tat Cheung, chair of the zoo’s giant-panda acquisition task force; John Tracogna, the zoo’s chief executive officer; and Dr. William Rapley, the zoo’s executive director of conservation, education and research. Mammoliti helped secure the panda’s stay in Canada for a 10-year period through an agreement signed between the Canadian and Chinese governments in 2012.
Details of Red Oak Tree
- Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti’s motion to move the City of Toronto one step closer to saving the 250 year old Oak tree, which is thought to be the largest and oldest in Toronto, passed at May’s Council meeting.
- The tree in question is located at 76 Coral Gable Drive in North York and is estimated to be 250 years old. The tree has been designated as a Heritage Tree under Forest Ontario’s Heritage Tree program and is located close to the historic Toronto Carrying Place Trail.
- Councillor Mammoliti, local community members, the Weston Historical Society and organizations such as Forests Ontario, Ontario Urban Forest Council and Cabbagetown ReLeaf, all support protecting this cultural and natural heritage site.
- “It is an important and irreplaceable piece of Toronto’s heritage. The tree and the site must be preserved for current and future generations”, said Councillor Mammoliti.
- “To properly protect the tree properly, the property needs to be acquired by the City and the site turned into a park where everyone including tourists can come to enjoy the full magnificence of the tree”, added Councillor Mammoliti.