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There are plan-making cities and deal-making cities. Guess which Toronto is? Sept. 3, 2017 Toronto Star

I learned about the following article from an email from the Lakeshore Planning Council. I am not a member of the latter group.

A Sept. 3, 2017 Toronto Star article is entitled: “There are plan-making cities and deal-making cities. Guess which Toronto is? When it comes to urban planning, the city relies on horse-trading. It leads to disputes such as the one involving rich Annex residents.”

It’s a good article. I hope you get around to reading it.

Having read the article, or at least having scanned quickly through some of it, some thoughts come to mind. However, I don’t like repeating in one post what I’ve said before, so I won’t. Instead, for anybody who may be interested, a previous post is entitled:

Long Branch has some issues related to Committee of Adjustment decisions

Regarding the OMB, a previous post is entitled:

Proposed legislation brings “fundamental reform” to OMB: Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP Peter Milczyn

 

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