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City report buried. Decisions delayed.

Peter Wallace standing at a podium speaking at the Institute on Municipan Finance & Governance

(CHRIS SO / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO)

“In both the drafts and the final report, Wallace presented three hypothetical paths, saying it was up to council to choose a financial direction: cut services to save costs; maintain existing service levels while not proceeding with planned improvements; or invest in the plans and strategies already approved by council by raising revenues.”

 

In other words the city needs to raise taxes to fund the same or better services or Cut our services. Would this have affected your vote or the decision of Torontonians?

 

Toronto Star Article:

Toronto Star Article: Unreleased City of Toronto draft reports urged council to stop risky ‘underinvestment’ in housing, transit //bit.ly/2JtJip5

Access the confidential draft report to the executive committee: DRAFT, CONFIDENTIAL, PRIVILEGED (dated September 12, 2017) //bit.ly/2yIeVa9

 

 

 

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