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Tag Archives: Brantford Brant boundary adjustment
Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof comes to mind when you ponder the ability of the Ontario Liberal government to make decisions. With apologies to the late Mr. Williams, they are the hot tin roof and citizens are … Continue reading
Have you read the August 31, 2016 edition of The Paris Chronicle or The St. George Lance? You’ll find a refreshing take on the proposed Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment in an editorial by The Neptis Foundation. Neptis does research, analysis and … Continue reading
Former Brantford, Ontario city councillor, Mr. John Starkey gave us a crash course in misguided urban planning. At the recent information meeting on the latest iteration of the Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment proposal he gave an interview to ArcPro HD Inc. … Continue reading
During the limited talks on the latest Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment proposal you, unfortunately, heard very little about the fantastic real estate development opportunities that exist within Brantford Ontario’s CURRENT boundary. As part of our continuing series, here’s another sampling of … Continue reading
Who runs your city or county? A politician. A civil servant. A special interest group. A sector. A developer. You. Judging from the cold response to the latest Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment proposal—its not YOU, a citizen of Brantford-Brant. Here are … Continue reading
More to the point, can you the taxpayer afford to pay for your city buying more land? That’s the question Brantford, Ontario taxpayers are asking themselves in the wake of the latest grandiose Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment proposal. (What happen to … Continue reading
At Brantford, Ontario’s CURRENT size its a challenge for it to maintain basic infrastructure, such as: roads sidewalks bridges retaining walls culverts water distribution (a lead-free drinking water system) wastewater management (sewers) stormwater management solid waste/landfill system public transit corporate … Continue reading
Brant candidates in the recent federal election were asked by The Expositor how their party, if elected, would grow the local economy. In the preamble, representatives from the Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant provided some background statements which inspired us to … Continue reading