Motion to be presented at council for expanded patios in Brampton
At a June 10 conference, Mayor Patrick Brown discussed additional measures to help cope with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the City of Brampton.
Today’s conference featured Mayor Patrick Brown, Regional Councillor Pat Fortini, City Councillor, Doug Whillans, Dr. Lawrence Loh, Interim Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel and Dr. Naveed Mohammad, President and Chief Executive Officer, William Osler Health System.
During the announcement, Councillor Fortini announced that he will be presenting a motion at council to allow outdoor patios.
“Today I will be presenting a motion at council to allow restaurants and bars and other businesses to have outdoor patios,” said Fortini, while emphasizing the importance of protecting customers and employees.
“We want to ensure all businesses and services are permitted to reopen with proper safety measures in place.”
While this motion is meant for expanded patios in the City of Brampton, both Mayor Brown and Fortini stressed the importance of continuing to follow physical-distancing measures as the economy begins to reopen.
“Let’s do our part, let’s say safe and please follow the bylaws,” concluded Fortini.
According to Fortini, this motion will be presented to council today (June 10).
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