Doesn’t this all seem familiar … like we’ve seen this all before, just somewhere else.
You will recall all the discussion on The Bulldog about the lack of public input into the high-rise report.
The vote is below on the Ottawa High-Rise Report at May 8 planning committee:
What’s really bothersome about the actions surrounding the high-rise report is the arrogance.
Well lookie here. City staff wants your input.
The election camp of Mayor Jim Watson appears worried. People associated with Watson keep asking College Councillor Rick Chiarelli if he will run for the top municipal post … Chiarelli […]
It’s self-evident now the Mayor Jim Watson is not only unsatisfied with being a two-term mayor, he wants to control Ottawa City Council with an iron grip.
The Voter takes a close look at the situation of Innes Councillor Jody Mitic and the hiring by the city of his girlfriend:
Innes Councillor Jody Mitic was having trouble with his ex because his new girlfriend was working in his office as a staffer.
Want to stop a big-ticket library whose only value is Mayor Jim Watson’s puss on the front of Architectural Digest?
A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
Here is the second disgustingly late release on the audit of the city pothole fiasco:
“Council … approved a three-year strategy to strengthen Ottawa’s music industry and establish Ottawa as a global music city.” City of Ottawa Media Relations Ain’t the City of Ottawa the […]
We here at The Bulldog are agog at the dynamic Ottawa music strategy pioneered by municipal impresario and sore-assed bike-rider Jeff Leiper.
If you really want snappy service from Mayor Jim Watson, just cross him on a program that is absolutely inconsequential to the essential duties of running a city.
Why could Citizen columnist Kelly Egan not get an Ottawa City Hall person to address the issue of disappearing parking spots downtown in a week?
This is an edited press release from the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs:
Here it is from our eye on affairs municipal … Mike Patton.