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Mississauga Inside and Out Brochure Delivered this Weekend

Aug 06, 2003

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. ? The fall and winter edition of Your Guide Mississauga Inside & Out will be delivered to Mississauga residents by The Mississauga News on Friday, August 8 and Sunday, August 10, 2003. The brochure provides information about the City of Mississauga and recreational program start dates, locations and registration information.

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The City of Mississauga's exciting, new, full-service internet portal - eCity - that will allow residents to communicate with the City electronically on a 24/7 self-serve basis.

Mississauga's new LitterBug campaign featuring Toronto Raptor Jerome Williams.

The Facility Redevelopment Program, which kicked-off in the spring of 2003. Five recreation facilities are currently undergoing renovation: Malton Community Centre and Library, Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Huron Park Recreation Centre, Mississauga Valley Community Centre and Library, and Meadowvale Four Rinks. Residents are asked to follow the *R* and redevelopment symbol (shovel) throughout the brochure to determine where their favorite programs will be relocated.

Details of the reopening of Chic Murray Arena and Meadowvale Four Rinks at Burnhamthorpe Community Centre on September 27, 2003.

Copies of the publication will be available Wednesday, August 13 at most community centres, libraries, arenas and at the Recreation and Parks Customer Service Centre Desk located at 301 Burnhamthorpe Road West, or by calling 905-896-5342.

Residents who do not receive their brochure on the delivery dates should call The Mississauga News hotline at 905-273-8110 by the end of August and a copy will be delivered to them directly.

Mississauga is a distinct major Canadian city. As Canada's sixth largest city, it is considered a municipal leader in fiscal responsibility, technology and urban development. Mississauga provides its citizens with state-of-the-art facilities and programs and is recognized as the safest city in Canada to live, work and play.