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« on: June 26, 2006, 03:27:54 pm »

Mayor Di Ianni defends role of community advisory councils

Kevin Werner, Special to the Review
Jun 23, 2006
http://www.haltonsearch.com/hr/fp/story/3560640p-4114070c.html

The idea of community councils is like giving a child a pacifier to subside the discontented child until a real solution
can be found. To quiet the child, manipulation of their real needs, though admitting in the moment they have on real
solution. Adding another quasi layer that reflects to old Regional Government, though in this situation members to
such councils will be appointed by the presiding Mayor. This appointed council will have minor influence and will
have no vote on issues that affect said communities.

Hoodwinked by the McGuinty and his little rat, Ted McMeekin including our distinguished Mayor Di Ianni who
is embedded in election profiteering, entangled in conflict of interest, over the Lister block with LIUNA contributions
to his election. Di Ianni who thrusts campaign words of transparency, McGuinty who promised to revisit amalgamation
along with McMeekin who vehemently opposed such actions by the previous Conservative Government. Now addressing
this issue with itís time to get past this, as they turn their backs, handing out pacifiers with one hand, while continuing to
politicize their short comings, with the other hand deep in our pockets.



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