Source: Phil Heidenreich, globalnews.ca, May 08, 2020
It was previously estimated that the flood caused about $100 million in damages.
Councillors passed several motions as well as what they called the 2020 Flood Recovery Bylaw on Wednesday in an attempt to help Fort McMurray residents recover from the recent flooding disaster.
In a news release, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo said the bylaw passed by council will temporarily waive all community development and safety code permit fees for all residents, temporarily waive all disposal fees at the municipal landfill, temporarily waive residential solid waste collection and recycling fees for residents in flood-affected areas until Aug. 31 and temporarily waive non-residential solid waste collection and recycling fees for those in flood-affected areas until June 30
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