Dec 19, 2014

By Bob Komsic

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With this Sunday and Monday marking the first anniversary of the ice storm, the City of Toronto’s submitted its official funding request to the province for the cleanup costs.

The $64.2-million request would help recover costs for emergency response, shelter and food for residents, who could not stay in their homes, immediate and long-term cleanup and repairs to city streets and tree debris removal.

ice storm 1

At one point during the storm, approximately 416,000 Toronto Hydro customers — over one-million residents — were in the dark and cold.

ice storm 2

The city manager will report back on progress since the ice storm to the City’s Executive Committee next June.





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