Why is there no mention in the agenda and minutes of the June 26 planning committee of the crucial vote on the Chateau Laurier addition before this morning’s Ottawa City […]
Former Ottawa city clerk Pierre Pagé never minces his words on Twitter:
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.
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?
One more thing to add to last week’s post on odd occurrences at Ottawa City Hall.
We know city hall is broken. At issue is what can be done about it.
“Survival” is the word one unidentified city staffer used when talking about why some people were doing untoward things at Ottawa City Hall.
A lot of unusual events have transpired at Ottawa City Hall.
Bulldog reader Eastender sent along this missive about city council and the casino situation:
Hard to say which is easier. Getting information out of Ottawa City Hall or pulling out your molars with a pair of pliers? You decide.
This will drive the wee bike gnomes nuts.
The second funniest line of last week came from a surprising source … city manager Steve Kanellakos.
The provincial government must hold an inquiry into some recent financial relationships into which the municipal government has entered.