It’s eight months until the election and council has declared itself too much of lame duck to #getthingsdone when it comes to the matter of regional representation. I find it laughable when Clr. Humfreys states it doesn’t “make sense at the moment” and it would have been nice if council had this motion at the […]Read more "accept no substitutes"
ABC renewed its reboot of The Gong Show for a second season, but here in Aurora, the YouTube variety show that airs Tuesdays is likely not returning with the same cast come October. As reported in this February 1st Auroran piece Clr. Pirri put on his best Arte Johnson and slammed the gong down on an […]Read more "The Bong Show"
The Town of Aurora’s strategic goal to “provide an exceptional quality of life for all” experienced a huge setback earlier last month when it was recognized the lack of setback between two properties allowed one neighbour to effectively fence in another. The best part is it was all done to the letter of the law as […]Read more "unstable neighbourhoods"
Barry Hall’s March 11th letter to the Auroran is an excellent critique of the Clear Bag Program the Town of Aurora thankfully voted down. You can read it in full here: http://www.newspapers-online.com/auroran/?p=10051 Mr. Hall closes his letter by stating the Clear Bag program is the answer to the question that absolutely no one was asking. […]Read more "not “in the bag”"
Back in 2013 I posted about Clr. Pirri’s motion for the Town of Aurora to explore and adopt Q.R. Code technologies: https://wattstrending.wordpress.com/2013/05/08/action-is-the-foundational-key-to-all-success/ Pirri’s motion failed due in a large part to Councillors taking the Town’s Communication Manager’s input at face value. Something that has been proven to be very loosely based in reality. The reason […]Read more "Thick Response Codes"