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November 28, 2013
Technical media briefing on Request to Amend Tripartite Agreement for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
  
Deputy City Manager John Livey and other City of Toronto staff will be available for a technical media briefing on the staff report Request to Amend the Tripartite Agreement for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. The report responds to City Council's direction to review a request from Porter Airlines to permit jet-powered aircraft and to add extensions at both ends of the main runway at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

Date: Thursday, November 28
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Meeting Room C, 2nd floor, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
Note: The technical briefing is for background purposes and is not for attribution. Cameras are not permitted.

The staff report, which is on the agenda of the December 5 meeting of Executive Committee, provides a summary of findings from staff and consultant reviews, and recommends a process for moving forward. More information about the report is available at http://bit.ly/1glSzu4.

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Media Contact
Wynna Brown, Manager, Media Relations and Issues Management
416-392-8937
wbrown1@toronto.ca

Deborah Blackstone, Senior Communications Advisor, Media Relations and Issues Management
416-392-7377
dblacks@toronto.ca

 

 

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