I did it my way… thanks to my developer pal’s financing my 2014 re-election campaign hee, hee.


Mayor Mussatto has stated: “Where else can we put the density”.  Have we not lost enough green space and horizon views because of your over development.  And now city planners want to amend height and land use zoning bylaws in an area of our city deemed off limits to towering high rises.  Allowing a 28 storey residential tower north of 17th will be a “developer’s welcoming precedent” and once set will lead to even MORE towering high rises north of 17th!

All because of a too big for its britches swimming hole; a new Harry Jerome Centre that can only be realized by way of a looming EIGHT YEAR high rise development by Mussatto’s double dipping donor Darwin Properties. That’s EIGHT YEARS of ongoing intrusive density, air & noise pollution’s!  Any city councillor casting a yea vote to construct these joined at the hip cash-strapped projects may find a hovering albatross overhead, a Herculean deconstruct in not getting re-elected in 145 days.

In other sly news, Friday’s NSN aka “District Trojan Crier” reported on a city council agenda item “cannabis report update” they had to have received last Wednesday or Thursday.  Well before our City Clerk decides to let “it’s residents” have any insight into Monday’s city council agenda.  An agenda never posted until late Friday morning with the full agenda package not showing up if we’re lucky just before or after TGIF lunch.  An agenda on the sly for two weeks as last Monday was a stat holiday.

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