Grand River Conservation Authority wants more of your money

In the wake of the Brantford, Ontario flooding, it’s stunning how the GRCA has the audacity to ask for more taxpayers’ dollars.  In the 2018 budget passed on 23 February, another $3M+ is supposedly needed to, among other tasks, “reduce flood damage.”

This should read prevent flood damage.

If the GRCA couldn’t do its job within the 2017 budget, how will throwing more of your money into the mix ensure that they will do their job in 2018?

http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2018/03/06/grca-budget-tops-34m

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/brantford-flood-grand-river-homes-1.4550859

P.S. How are they coming along with the other GRCA responsibility: the Mohawk Lake clean up?

 

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