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Let's Talk Garbage (Round 2)

Toronto generates too much garbage, and we need to explore alternatives to our current waste handling practices. That's where the Community Environmental Assessment Team (CEAT) comes in, and where you can have your say.

Back in October 2006, CEAT hosted the first round of public consultations and are back this week - asking for your input in the next phase of the assessment.

"It's crucial that we hear your input as the City develops a plan for its garbage. Join us for an evening during Consultation Week, February 26 - March 5 and share your ideas as we move forward on an Environmental Assessment. Call 416-392-9365 to pre-register. Call now, because - just like finding room for the City's garbage itself - space is limited."

Public meetings will be held in four convenient locations across the city.

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Monday February 26, 2007
Central YMCA Auditorium
20 Grosvenor St. (closest TTC Station: College)

Wednesday February 28, 2007
Scarborough Civic Centre
150 Borough Dr (closest TTC Station: Scarborough Centre)

Thursday March 1, 2007
North York Memorial Community Hall - Burgundy Room
5110 Yonge St (closest TTC Station: North York Centre)

Monday March 5, 2007
Etobicoke Collegiate
86 Montgomery Rd (closest TTC Station: Royal York)

Visit toronto.ca/ceat for more details.

(Images: Toronto CEAT)


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