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This item is part of the efforts to build a transit link with Toronto and which failed or was it scuttled by Hazel for some reason? 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?
“She [Hazel McCallion] put her agenda on the table and wiped the floor with us,”
More on this is coming.
New City Centre’ for Etobicoke denounced by local interests
Etobicoke Life - Dec. 22, 1993 - Page 6 - By PATRICK McCONNELL Staff Writer
Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion turned the tables on local politicians during a recent meeting of the two municipalities, requested by Etobicoke.
"You never really know what you have in common until, you sit down and talk” says Mayor Sinclair. Small gains were made for Etobicoke's No. 1 transit initiative - the westward subway expansion to
Many local and Metro representatives have often blamed Mississauga Council for stalling and blocking any advancements on the proposed line which could to eventually extend to
There is now a commitment "to consider withdrawing"
But on the Morning Star bridge controversy, however "there is no chance for compromise” says Councillor Brown. “They have been promised that bridge (10 years ago) and they want that bridge" despite there currently being no demonstrated need or local support for it.
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