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August 26, 2002
Task Force to Bring Back the Don extends membership deadline
  
The Task Force to Bring Back the Don has extended its deadline to Monday,
September 30 for residents to apply to become members.

The Task Force to Bring Back the Don is looking for new members to join its
23-member community group. Sponsored by the City of Toronto, the task force has
worked for over ten years to make the Don River clean, green and accessible. It
has built wetlands, planted thousands of trees and wildflowers, lobbied for
access bridges, participated in key planning decisions in the Don watershed and
hosted walks and educational events.

Applicants must be residents of Toronto with:
  • a commitment to, and interest in, the Don River and its watershed
  • experience with one or more community organizations
  • a demonstrated interest in environmental and/or community development issues, and
  • a willingness to meet the time and work requirements.
Membership is for a three-year term. Members are expected
to:
  • attend task force and subcommittee meetings (approximately two per month)
  • attend plantings and other community events
  • be active in one of the subcommittees that deal with Lower Don planning and policy issues, habitat restoration and water quality projects, Task Force communications, or the Lower Don Narrows.
Residents who are interested in becoming task force members
should forward a resume and covering letter to the Coordinator, Task Force to
Bring Back the Don, Metro Hall, 23rd floor, 55 John St., Toronto, ON, M5V 3C6.
The deadline is 5 p.m., Monday, September 30.


Media Contact
Susan Bookbinder,
Task Force to Bring Back the Don,
416-392-8575

 

 

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