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February 10, 2012
Special meeting of Executive Committee to consider Toronto Community Housing report
  

February 10, 2012

Special meeting of Executive Committee to consider
Toronto Community Housing report

Mayor Rob Ford has called a special meeting of the Executive Committee for Friday, February 17 to consider a staff report on the agenda of the February 13 Executive Committee entitled Securing Funding to Repair Toronto Community Housing's Multi-Residential Portfolio: Sale of Toronto Community Housing Stand-Alone Units (see http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2012.EX16.3)

Mayor Ford will make a motion at Monday's meeting to hold over consideration of this item to be considered at a special meeting of the Executive Committee to be held on Friday, February 17. All persons who have registered to present at the February 13 Executive Committee meeting are advised the matter will instead be considered Friday, February 17. The Mayor has asked the City Clerk to contact registered presenters with this information.

The purpose of the special meeting is to better manage a very busy Executive Committee agenda on Monday, February 13, with many members of the public registered to speak on several items.

Under the procedures of Toronto City Council, meetings held on Fridays must end before sundown out of respect for religious observances. Accordingly, the end time for the February 17 Executive Committee meeting is fixed at 4:30 p.m. The Committee will adjust the time allocated to each presenter to accommodate everyone between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

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Margaret Dougherty
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