Comment 121310

By Haveacow (registered) | Posted April 22, 2017 at 09:59:11

I have been through this before, more accurately Ottawa went through this with the North-South LRT Line in 2006. What has to be made apparent are the costs if they (Hamilton City Council)kills this project that they (the city) will have to pay out of general revenues.

Everybody else involved with the B-Line project is going forward with the B-Line's RFQ Process in good faith, except the City of Hamilton. If they kill this by voting down the amendment to the EA then the first cost they will be legally responsible for is the entire cost of the RFQ Process (which could be very high because anyone who is interested or say they were interested in making a bid can claim costs. For example, there were 6 different Consortia (groups of companies) making bids in the RFQ process for the now under construction Confederation Line in Ottawa. 3 Consortia made it through to the final RFP Process. Those 3 Consortia alone represented 85 separate

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