Toronto city council may soon meet — but not to discuss the civic workers’ strike or whether to roll back councillors’ 2.42 per cent pay raise.

Instead, Mayor David Miller announced yesterday he’s looking at a meeting in the next week or two to handle business left hanging when the strike began June 22.

The strike prompted cancellation of a council meeting scheduled for July 6-7. Miller wants to resolve items that can’t wait until August or September — including cancelling some Caribana rental fees and beginning an overhaul of the Milliken water pumping station and reservoir.

Under council procedures, the mayor can call a special meeting with 24-hours notice.

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