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June 22, 2005
Applications invited for Clean and Beautiful City Appreciation Awards
Torontonians are invited to submit their applications for the Clean and
Beautiful City Appreciation Award. The Award program was developed to identify
and celebrate outstanding contributions to the Clean and Beautiful City
initiative made by city residents, community groups and businesses. Applicants
for the Award must meet eligibility requirements and demonstrate how their
activity or project improved the cleanliness and/or beauty of the city.

The Clean and Beautiful City Initiative has been under way for over a year now
with many individuals and organizations involved in a wide variety of programs
and projects. A key element contributing to the success of the initiative has
been public awareness and commitment. Many local projects, such as the
Neighbourhood Beautification Project, are making a difference to Toronto's
cleanliness and beauty.

An Appreciation Award application package, including eligibility criteria, is
available from local ward councillors or can be printed from the City's Web
site< /a>.

Applications must be submitted to ward councillors' offices no later than 5
p.m. on Monday, September 12. Each councillor is responsible for reviewing
applications to ensure they meet the selection criteria, and then selecting a
maximum of four award recipients for each ward.

Award recipients will have photos of their project displayed at Civic Centres
and be recognized at the October Community Council meetings where they will be
presented with the Clean and Beautiful City Appreciation Award. Mayor David
Miller and City councillors will also host a Clean and Beautiful City
celebration in November.

Media contact:

Linda Robinson
Corporate Communications



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