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  1. Mr. Watts

    I’m sure you are kept more than busy keeping up with developments in Aurora.
    In a previous life I lived in Thunder Bay ON so every few months I google the local news.
    Thought you might be interested in a parallel situation happening there.

    FYI – population just over 100K

    Proposed new $100M + arena and convention centre
    http://www.netnewsledger.com/2014/01/21/thunder-bay-event-centre-announcement/

    Editorial claiming the residents have had their chance to speak up
    http://www.chroniclejournal.com/editorial/daily_editorial/2014-02-13/people-have-had-their-say

    A rebuttal letter from a resident.
    http://www.chroniclejournal.com/editorial/letters/2014-02-15/plebiscite-only-legitimate-way-know

    Eerily similar to the Heritage Theme Park process including the favourable professional study.

    Massive communications Fail by the town or clever bypass of public opposition?

    Who can say?

    1. Thanks for this, there do appear o be parallels one can draw.

      I wasn’t able to get the chroniclejournal links to work, but I will seek them out through my own searches.

      As Clr. Thompson pointed out the favorable professional study tells staff and council exactly what was expected, anything is fessible if you throw money at it.

      The bigger question is why you would even remotely consider throwing money at a scheme devised by a subcomittee of the AHS which has proven itself incapable of managing their own affairs.

      I see this as a massive communications failure by both sides, it just happened to be in favor of those advocating for the park, now the tide seems to be turning.

      More on that in some future posts.

      Thanks again for sharing!

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