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« on: October 15, 2007, 12:23:46 pm »

"Peace and Coveyduck said, the city does not allow construction without a building permit......The owners of one of the 12 houses are now suing the city for $500,000, claiming the city's negligence with respect to permits and inspections contributed to the condition of their new home."
http://www.thespec.com/article/183065
Peak oil report delayed for fourth time, The report was ordered by councilors in April 2006, The report from staff was originally due in June 2006, but was delayed a full year to June of this year. On that date it was pushed off to October 15. Now the committee meeting shows another delay with a new promise of delivery on November 5.
CATCH News October 14, 2007
With Fifty million less to spend...The budget squeeze imposed by rising debt levels is postponing road reconstruction and other projects.CATCH News September 12, 2007.
http://www.hamiltoncatch.org/index.php

The list of incompetence goes on and on or perhaps it's just a new reality embedded in  "The more serious issue is carrying out timely inspections by qualified inspectors
as work on a building progresses" Wherein this city building permits are no longer required or only by some. This logic would imply that on any property, anyone could build without a permit provided building standards were met, as a result, according to the City that I could begin to build any building as long as said building codes were met. There being any other conclusion this would place this city in a liability case for discrimination and prejudice.
http://www.thespec.com/article/197942

Is it any wonder this City has fifty million less to spend. When one adds the above to the many other ineffective managements of the day... A month ago a new yellow line was painted down the center of the 2nd Concession in West Flambourgh with a week the city crews began paving. That is not to say this road was not in need, but the
waste of material and time to paint the center line only to have to do it all over again once repairs were completed.

The more things change the more they remain the same...
great management and leadership....

What Vision!

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