This seems to be a big promise by a lot of candidates this election. Let’s face the facts in the past 10 years this city’s spending has ballooned from about 90 million to 135 million. It is time to reconsider what services that city should offer. To have a reasonable tax rate this city needs … Continue reading "Preventing Service Cuts, not a priority!"
It is now 7pm in the council chambers and the councillors are now arriving. As council begins there is 44 people here. The meeting has now begun the councillor are doing their opening thanks to different community groups. Joe Mott is absent tonight. Most of the routine business is quite boring and routine. The first … Continue reading "Council’s Last Chance at Transit"
Remember that one time on the bus, when…? Share your mass transit stories. One of my best memories on the bus was on an East bus headed to the mall on March 25th, 2004. I happened to run into my friend Tony, we were both heading to the mall. At this point I had my … Continue reading "A Memorable Mass Transit Story"
This week I went to council to see the debate and decision on Peel Plaza/North of Union project. That particular topic is so revolting in so many ways that it needs not mention here. But what is even more inexcusable is the state of the decorations in the Council chamber. I have attached a photo … Continue reading "Does council not care about protocol"