The Developers’ Best Friend

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“A friend of the industry.”

Outgoing city planning czar John Moser
as described by the development community

Yes.

 


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2 thoughts on “The Developers’ Best Friend

  1. Ah, the world of planning and building.

    Jan Harder said of Mr. Moser, ” You’ve taught many of us a thing or two. Sometimes we were willing to accept it and sometimes not so willing but ‘grace’ is a good word to describe you, Mr. Moser.” – from Kate Porter article CBC News Ottawa, 2/28/17

    Then in June 2016 CBC News Ottawa – Stephen Willis leaves NCC for ” private sector “.
    Then in Feb 2017 CBC News Ottawa – Stephen Willis at first meeting as General Manager for planning for the city of Ottawa.

    So there we have it – one guy is a teacher, has grace and is a friend of the industry.
    Another guy leaves NCC to go and work in the private sector ‘cept he ends up working for the the City of Ottawa. I guess that isn’t supposed to be private sector – or is it ? ).

    Planning and building – – just one nice tight little sector.

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  2. A friend of the City. Indeed. And the city scape is more and more the dream (or nightmare) representing the developers wishes. Profit over community. Growth over balance. Tear down over rehabilitate. It goes on and on. Developers own the city.

    As the saying goes, money talks BS walks.

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