Mayor David Miller says the city will issue up to 500 building permits by month’s end, despite the ongoing civic strike that has hit the 30-day mark.
“In response to the needs of residents and the development community, we are working to issue construction permits for applications submitted before June 22,” Mayor David Miller told a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
“Since yesterday, Toronto Building has identified several hundred permit applications that can be processed almost immediately.”
Miller said attempting to provide as many regular services as possible is incredibly important.
Read the full article “T.O. resumes permit process despite civic strike” in CTV (July 21, 2009).