Apathetic Mayor and City Councillors “Already Missing in Action”

And here we are in a brand new year and no sign of our infamous mayor and city councillors.  Is not 4 holiday season weeks off not sufficient hiatus that a fifth Monday is still required to recoup from all that exhausting mayoral team slate autocratic contempt and collusion from 2017.

Mussatto’s oligarchs aka team slate city council hijackers will probably resurrect the already defeated casino proposal later this month or at some point early February as it is running out of Mondays required to resurrect, public input, open house and most importantly getting the working drawings fast tracked and approved by city planners before this sitting council’s final city hall meeting October 15th.

If you want to know if you already haven’t figured out just how corrupt and indebted the mayor and his team slate councillors are standby ’cause “you ain’t seen nothing yet” like what is about to be fast tracked into reality… Unless councillor Buchanan really does want a crack at being our next mayor.  Otherwise this will be the fatal, final blow to any chance of her ever becoming mayor.  #MussattoTeamSlateDespicables


Warning! Our Sultan of Density is getting ready to r-r-rum-mble his autocratic legacy onward and upward to its discontinued end in 287 days!

NV City Hall is now entering its 4th and final year of ménage à collusion by our city council’s controlling despot mayor and his 3 whipped city councillors Buchanan, Holly, Keating and their vulturous developer campaign donors and special interest groups like HUB.  And lest we never forget casino gaming tycoon Tom Nellis’ outstanding $13K campaign donor debt hounding our mayor for a little undemocratic rewrite of his already defeated casino proposal for our city.

Unfortunately it is already shaping into being a hotly contested, disconnected and contentious year with no common gravitas in sight.  The mayor and his city council will continue ramrodding over 2014 capacity developer projects down our throats which will indeed include coercing a casino in one our community front yard’s. These residents will be helpless, powerless in a 4 to 3 casino reprieved vote.  The question then becomes at what point does this community take recourse – standing up, taking on city hall, willing to fight for the safety and wellness of their community.

There is seemingly a growing number of city residents at odds with city hall – having “had enough” when it comes to unaffordable rentals and housing, traffic/commuter gridlock.  CNVites reaching a breaking point, fed-up with Mussatto Team Slate’s ongoing corruption, collusion and widening disconnect with its city residents. 

Beware: City Hall’s New Year’s Resolutions could be more divisively brazing than ever thought possible – buckle up.  #Enough

Warning: Entering 2018 the last chance for mayor Mussatto, his Team Slate Councillors, his City Planners and Engineers to bring our city to a contemptible gridlock freeze.

Happy New Year and in just 292 days or in 9 months and 19 days we will be saying so long, arrivederci to Mayor Mussatto and his Team Slate.  A new independent developer free city council will be surely elected, dawning a new era  freezing highrise density growth,  ending city government and developer collusion, seriously tackling unaffordable housing.  And lest we forget our crumbling transportation infrastructures in the short term and not foolishly waiting or believing in billion dollar wet dreams like tunnels, SkyTrain rails over Second Narrows.  TransLink is first and foremost willing to ignore the North Shore and deal with the serious transit shortages felt in Surrey, Richmond and Langley.

We can’t and should not have to wait for the estimated ten years before TransLink finally completes a bridge or tunnel – alleviating North Shore commuter congestion.  We need to include and then look beyond TransLink in order to resolve i.e. re-engineer our immediate short transportation/commuter failings undermined by our North Shore city councils ramrodding density levels beyond our city’s transportation capacities.  Competition is good for the transportation soul…