Doucet Most Effective As New City Councillor

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    Ken Gray
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    Former capital ward councillor Clive Doucet has begun a pressure group that will keep an eye on city hall.

    Also, not a bad idea for publicity if he decides to run for office.

    Doucet took a shot at mayor once and lost but oh my god he was right about light rail on Carling Avenue.

    Some people say he’s looking at a run for mayor or for Capital councillor.

    If Doucet goes for mayor, he splits the reform vote. If Doucet goes for councillor and wins, he adds a reform vote on council.

    Best to go for Capital ward councillor.

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    The Voter

    Would you favour Doucet over the current Capital Councillor David Chernushenko? He certainly wouldn’t do the same bobblehead following of the mayor that we see now with few exceptions.

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    Ken Gray
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    Clive Doucet favoured light rail down Carling Avenue which was the logical way to go.

    Accordingly I’d go with Doucet.

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    EajD

    Clive Doucet for Capital ward councillor: Been there, done… not much. Over four terms, 1997-2010. Excellent ideas, though.

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    Ron Benn

    Ken, Councillor David Chernushenko has been one of the six or seven councillors who has regularly voted against the re-zoning of land for disproportionately high buildings in low rise neighbourhoods. Perhaps Clive Doucet should cast his eyes towards Councillor Mathieu Fleury’s territory.

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