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Feb 232006 Shaving

Feb 232006 Shaving

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NEWS RELEASE
 
City of Vaughan, Corporate Communications2141 Major Mackenzie Drive, Vaughan, Ontario L6A 1T1Tel 905-832-2281 Fax 905-832-8587 communications@vaughan.ca
 2005 International Champion
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary 23, 2006
MOUSTACHE SHAVING RAISES AWARENESS AND $4,000FOR PROPOSED HEATH CARE FACILITY
VAUGHAN, ON –
At a fundraising event held yesterday, students of Kleinburg Public Schoolshaved off the moustaches of Mayor Michael Di Biase, City Manager Michael DeAngelis and theCommissioner of Economic/Technology Development and Communications Frank Miele to raiseawareness and funds for a proposed heath care facility in Vaughan.“While we had a great time, we should remember that there was a serious purpose behind ourvisit,” said Mayor Di Biase. “The City of Vaughan is in need of a major health care facility to serveour rapidly growing population. The City’s current population is 240,000 and based on our officialplan, this number will rise to 340,000 over the next 10 to 15 years.”The Vaughan Health-Care Facility Study Task Force was created by Vaughan Council in 2003 todetermine the level of need. The study concluded that there was a need for a news facility thatwould include a community hospital on a ‘Campus of Care’ with additional services such as awellness centre, long-term care facilities and specialty clinics. Approved by Vaughan Council andYork Regional Council, the study was submitted to the provincial Ministry of Health and Long-TermCare in June 2005.The Vaughan Health Care Foundation, formed to help the City would move forward with its effortsto establish Vaughan’s first hospital, is currently in discussion with the ministry to bring the facilityto Vaughan as early as 2007-08.“Public involvement will demonstrate to the ministry our high level of community support. Vaughanresidents are encouraged to contact their MPPs to voice their concerns,” said Mayor Di Biase.-30-
Editor’s note – photos availableContact - Robert KubinskiCommunications SpecialistCity of Vaughan905-832-8585 ext. 8050robert.kubinski@vaughan.caMedia Contact: Madeline ZitoDirector of Corporate Communications905-832-8585 ext. 8027madeline.zito@vaughan.ca

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