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October 17, 2005
Media Advisory - City's first Clean and Beautiful City Appreciation Awards to be presented at Community Council meetings
  
What: Photo/Story opportunity -- Councillors/Deputy Mayors will make
presentations to residents and community organizations for their contributions
at the local level to Toronto's Clean and Beautiful
City initiative.

When: TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 18

Where:
  • Etobicoke York Community Council at 4 p.m., Council Chamber, Etobicoke
    Civic Centre, 399 The West Mall
  • North York Community Council at 12:15 p.m., Council Chamber, North York
    Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge St.
  • Scarborough Community Council at 12:15 p.m., Council Chamber, Scarborough
    Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr.
  • Toronto and East York Community Council at noon, Council Chamber, City
    Hall, 100 Queen St. W.

    Background

    As a Toronto City Council priority, the Clean and Beautiful City Initiative has
    been underway with a wide variety of programs and projects. For this initiative
    to be successful, an essential element is community support and commitment to
    cleaning up the city and creating beauty.

    The City is grateful to the many residents, community organizations, businesses
    and property owners who are inspired to clean up litter, debris, long grass,
    posters and graffiti and who actively participate in creating a beautiful city.

    To recognize the efforts of individuals, groups and companies who contribute to
    the cleanliness and beauty of Toronto, the Appreciation Award program was
    developed.

    The Appreciation Awards identify and celebrate outstanding contributions to the
    Clean and Beautiful City Initiative, such as Neighbourhood Beautification
    Projects in which many residents across Toronto participated.


    Media contact:

    Linda Robinson
    Corporate Communications
    416-397-0255


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