Your location will be added to the map when you fill out the survey. This will create an interesting overview of the homes and farms that have been affected.
Right-click, hold and move (right/left, up/down) the map around to see all locations. Or use the zoom out/in feature.
You can now start to see an area emerging on the map where there are gaps between affected homes and areas where there are probably going to be others affected. We just haven’t got there with the flyers yet. If you have the time and the inclination it would be great if you would pop some flyers into the mailboxes in the areas still not showing any affected homes on the map. The flyer is available near the bottom of the sidebar over there —->>>>> if you would like to print out some and do a quick drive by your neighbours.
If you would like to cover a broader area (and we truly thank you for that!) Karim, at Sherwood Copy in Georgetown, has a digital file of the flyer and you can simply call or email and ask him to print 25/50/75/100? for you to come by and pick up at no cost to you. You can reach Karim at the Sherwood Copy & Print Centre (in the ‘Indoor Mall’ beside HONDA on Guelph Street) firstname.lastname@example.org or 905- 873-6116. Just ask Karim for the ‘Affordable Hi-Speed Internet Flyer’.