Comment 32388

By jason (registered) | Posted July 11, 2009 at 14:29:39

it shouldn't take a brain surgeon to figure out that servicing an area with a high density costs less per household than servicing an area with a much lower density. Furthermore, tax RATES are the more accurate indicator, not 'actual' numbers. The tax RATES tell us that someone in the suburbs can own a property 15% larger than mine and still pay the identical amount in taxes each year. And by keeping the comparison only in areas that receive transit, it is a fair comparison. You can't pull something out of a hat like "walking distance to HECFI". I could just as easily pull out "walking distance to the Dundas Valley". If you want to discuss the facts, fine. But please spare us with all the other stuff and crazy assumptions. Just look at the numbers and you'll see why I would support a true, and complete de-amalgamation tomorrow.

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