By Eva Curlanis-Bart –
A city aspiring to “world class” should be able to deliver on key services under its municipal charter–efficient municipal infrastructure, safe and secure streets, attractive business and residential tax rates. Downtown residents, however, are inundated with rubbish both figurative and non-figurative, the hallmark of this municipal government.
This process will be as effective and cost efficient as the one performed by the “elephant trunk” brigades that are supposed to vacuum pick litter from our streets and sidewalks. Like their “elephant trunk” union brothers, the Canada arm ones will run to fat—overweight and overpaid and totally overrated.