More money needed to repair flooded TO parks
Repairs to damaged waterfront parks in Toronto could be more than a year away if budgeting isn't adjusted.
Plans to repair damages to Toronto's waterfront parks that were extensively flooded last summer may come up short this year with what has so far been budgeted. The city's preliminary budget includes $2 million for the necessary repair work, but it's been estimated the damages amounted to about $7.4 million.
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