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October 1, 2001
Public meeting in Toronto to discuss City's response to Province's plans for Oak Ridges Moraine
  
Works and Emergency Services -- Toronto City Council's Oak Ridges Moraine
Steering Committee is holding a public meeting on Wednesday, October 3 at 7:30
p.m. at Earl Haig Secondary School, 100 Princess Avenue, to discuss the
Province's plan for the Oak Ridges Moraine.

City officials are asking residents to attend the meeting and provide their
opinion on the provincial document entitled "Share Your Vision for the Oak
Ridges Moraine."

"Since there has not been a meeting in Toronto to discuss this extremely
significant issue, we want to make sure that residents of the city have an
opportunity to make their opinions known," said David Miller, chair of the
City's Oak Ridges Moraine Steering Committee, a committee made up of several
City Councillors. "We want to hear from residents in order to form a City
position for presentation to the Province."

Earl Haig Secondary School is located at Kenneth Avenue, two blocks east of the
North York Centre Subway Station.

Visit the following sites for more information:

City of Toronto Oak Ridges Moraine Web site

Save the Rouge Valley System

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing


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