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Opening comments:  More at the end.

    This is the smoking gun for how the Bloor-Danforth Subway Westerly Extension to Sherway Gardens AND into Mississauga, was KILLED by Hazel McCallion in 1995 for feudal reasons that ignored the greater good of Mississauga and its taxpayers.  Resolution No. 77-95, is the weapon and it is clearly in the hand of Hazel McCallion "
the Mayor in a letter dated January 26, 1995 to the Minister of Municipal Affairs", by threatening to go to the OMB the Province backed away from these plans and we have all been suffering since!

YES - the Mayor is on the record as defending the limited interests of the business community and not caring about the little people.  Not only did this failure in planning by Hazel McCallion & her Council deny Mississauga's a rapid transit link to Toronto it guaranteed Traffic Jams, Grid-lock and more & more pollution from cars - FOR A GENERATION!  The big picture is not just about a waste of time and gas locked in traffic jams where even the buses can't move, but the pollution makes the AIR BROWN, which rips the lungs from children.  That is the human sacrifice the Queen of Sprawl demands of us and our family for her greater glory!  This is what happens when the Mayor is  "running the City like a business", her "staff is urged to eliminate red tape" so Mississauga will better serve the needs of business by being "open for business".  That is right, serve businesses interest and the community dies slowly from negligence - the true McCallion legacy.

    Then there is the issue of how Toronto moved the bus stop for Mississauga buses from inside Islington station to outside in the cold, snow and rain.   Again, its Hazel's aggravate indifference to the suffering of Mississauga commuters is clearly shown - remember the Mayor makes a point of driving herself everywhere, so why should she care about poor taxpayers who can't afford to drive?


More on this here:

Hurricane Hazel - McCallion upends City councillors
Etobicoke Life - Dec. 22, 1993 - “She [Hazel McCallion] put her agenda on the table and wiped the floor with us,”

New City Centre’ for Etobicoke denounced by local interests
Mississauga News - Mar. 14 (?) 1995 - the Newspaper of the passing of City of Mississauga - Resolution No. 77-95.


City of Mississauga     -     Resolution No. 77-95

Date:                 March 8, 1995

Moved by:         ?

Seconded by:     C. Corbasson
 

WHEREAS     the City of Etobicoke has adopted the Sherway Centre Secondary Plan (Amendment 18-94) on October 17, 1994; and

WHEREAS     City of Mississauga Council on January 18, 1995 adopted recommendation PDC 11-95 expressing its concerns regarding the
                         impact of the subway extension on Mississauga’s transportation network and advising the Province that further comments
                         may be forthcoming following a meeting with the major retailers in the City of Mississauga with respect to the market impact
                         of the Sherway Centre Secondary Plan; and

WHEREAS     the Mayor in a letter dated January 26, 1995 to the Minister of Municipal Affairs has identified the potential for impact of
                         the Sherway Centre Secondary Plan on the planned retail hierarchy and on the planned function of the Square One Shopping
                         Centre and other retail facilities in Mississauga and expressed the concern regarding the extension of the subway to
                         Sherway Gardens when there are more immediate transportation needs of greater priority in the Greater Toronto Area; and

WHEREAS     the potential office development as part of the Sherway Centre could impact on the planned function of Mississauga’s City
                         Centre and other centres: and

WHEREAS     the proposed Sherway Centre constitutes a second City Centre within the City of Etobicoke with potential impacts within the
                         Greater Toronto Area; and

WHEREAS     The staff of the City of Mississauga have been directed to prepare a supplementary report to address the above concerns;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT
                        the City of Mississauga requests the Minister of Municipal Affairs not to approve Official Plan Amendment 18-94 City of
                        Etobicoke (M.M.A. File 20-OP-1200018(1)) until City of Mississauga Council has had the opportunity to review the
                        amendment in greater detail addressing the potential impact on the planned function of the Mississauga City Centre
                        including the Square One Shopping Centre and other retail and office centres in Mississauga, the transportation implications
                        for Mississauga and the greater Toronto Area.


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