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March 31, 2000
An Update on Finance Services during the Local 79 labour dispute
Purchasing Bids and Quotations
Due to the labour disruption at the City of Toronto, the closing dates for all
Tenders will be suspended until further notice. Revisions to the Tender closing
dates will be posted on the City's internet Web site,, as soon as the labour
disruption has ceased. However, Quotation Requests and Requests for Proposals
will be received and opened at the City Hall. While the labour disruption is
resulting in some delay in entering City Hall, it does not prevent entry.

In order to accommodate bidders, a desk will be set up on the Main Floor, City
Hall, to receive bids. It is the responsibility of the bidder to ensure that
the bid is received by the Purchasing and Materials Management Division as
noted in the Quotation Request/Request for Proposal document on or before the
date and time specified, or the bid will not be considered. Bidders should
therefore set aside extra time to have the bid delivered and received.

Property Tax's Due Monday
The second instalment of the Interim 2000 Property tax bill is due on Monday
April 3rd, 2000. All cashiers' wickets/counters are closed , including the
wickets located in Toronto City Hall and at all five Civic Centres. The
following payment options are available:

- Mail your payment to: Treasurer, City of Toronto, Box 5000, Toronto, Ontario
M2N 5V1
- Payment can be made at most financial institutions (a service charge may
- Payment through your bank's ATM, by telephone banking or by pc/internet
- Payments may be deposited (cheques only - no cash) in specially marked drop
boxes located in the following locations:

East York: Dawes Road Library, 416 Dawes Road; Leaside Library, 165 McRae
Drive; Todmorden Library, 1081 Pape Avenue

North York/York: all public libraries

Scarborough: Cedarbrae Library, 545 Markham Road; L'Amoreaux Recreation Centre,
2000 McNicoll Ave.; Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Road; Malvern
Community Centre, 30 Sewells Road.

If you require further information, please call Access Toronto at
416-338-0338. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

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Access Toronto



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