2000 July News Releases
Property and Development Department Launches New Web Site
July 31, 2000 - Citizens and business owners now have access to a full range of City planning, property and development information via the Internet.
City Urges Residents to Avoid Putting Grass Clippings and Other Debris on the Streets
July 19, 2000 - The City urges residents to avoid putting grass clippings, leaves and other debris on the streets.
City Again Urges Residents to Protect their Homes from Basement Flooding
July 14, 2000 - Canada Post is now delivering the City of Winnipeg's brochure, Protect Your Home from Basement Flooding.
Province / City Solve Winnipeg's Ambulance Shortage
July 14, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray is pleased to report that a tentative, three year agreement has been reached with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority to enhance ambulance service in the City of Winnipeg by increasing the number of paramedics on duty
Procedures for Clean-up of Flooded Basements
July 11, 2000 - For information on the clean-up of flooded basements and hygiene procedures, residence can contact.
River Levels Continue to Rise - City Reminds Residents to Take Precautions
July 8, 2000 - Presently, the river level is at 15.7 feet above James Avenue Datum. As a result of heavy rainfall in the Red River basin, river levels are expected to rise another foot
Risk of Basement Flooding Increased Due to Heavy Rainfall and Increased River Levels
July 7, 2000 - The City of Winnipeg had between 45 and 102 millimetres of rain between 3:00 am and 8:00 am this morning. Some parts of Winnipeg, such as the Westwood area,
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