Light Rail

Letter: Add Fuel to Hamilton's Historic Rejuvenation

By Letter to the Editor
Published July 07, 2011

Dear City Council:

I cannot understand why there is even a discussion on a LRT in Hamilton. It was unanimously agreed upon in 2008. We do not need "wishy-washy" decision makers running our city. What happened with the stadium?

I would really appreciate it and I know the majority of Hamiltonians would also appreciate a step forward to making the LRT a reality. Our city is in the process of making a historic rejuvenation. Please add fuel to this process, I am begging you to not screw it up.

There are a lot of reasons why the LRT is necessary and I am sure you are aware of them. If you are not in agreement with the LRT please step aside, resign, and allow someone to take your place who has the new spirit of Hamilton in them.

Thanks,

Ron Miller

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By MichaelS (anonymous) | Posted July 07, 2011 at 13:35:04

I agree. If you are too "old school" in thinking. Step aside. The problem is that most of these councillors have been here way to long. They don't believe in whats happening here. They have seen and heard it all over the years and think it's all smoke and mirrors. Resign and get out of the way. The business community and private citizens are leading the way. It's very evident. All of the progress that has been made to date. James St.N,Locke St,new condo developments etc etc etc are all being pushed by the people and local business people who are taking the risks. They are right. They don't have much control over this anymore. They clearly don't have a vision or the ambition to lead. So the people will lead. They can sit back at they're big table and watch in shock.

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