The newsletter (pdf), which has been printed and distributed to each unit, includes items about:
- The upcoming exterior maintenance project
- Resident information sheets
- Canada Day BBQ
- Feeding the birds
- Drain maintenance
- Toilet-tank water displacement savings
- Visitor and resident parking
- Building security
Information about the city’s tree recyling program is posted at www.toronto.ca. An excerpt:
Tress are composted and for this reason they must be free of:
- tree bags
- tree skirts
It’s a good idea to use a tree bag, if you have one, to reduce tree litter moving the tree around, but the bag should be removed once the tree is outside.
The new enterphone units have been installed and are operational. Some touch up painting will need to be done.
It turns out that 9 is the magic number after all.
These bulbs are VERY dangerous if they break because they release mercury vapour.
Read information about what to do at Health Canada and the US Environmental Protection Agency.
A better alternative to the standard light bulb would be an LED bulb. Expensive but they last more or less forever.
The primary website for the city is at www.toronto.ca/garbage.
What to put in the garbage-room freezer for composting: www.toronto.ca/garbage/greenbin.htm
And for recycling: www.toronto.ca/garbage/bluebin.htm
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