Comment 76888

By CouldaWouldaShoulda (anonymous) | Posted May 14, 2012 at 17:42:26 in reply to Comment 76886

"The current wards divide the city precisely because they are drawn along historic dividing lines."

And I have to ask; if you have competent people in office, why should it matter where the 'lines are drawn'? Shouldn't they all be putting the needs of the City as a Whole first? (And can you provide some instances where these 'lines' have resulted in awful decisions?)

As well, how do you see the notion of a wardless city, with 'at-large' councillors?

Finally, how will a drastic re-drawing impact traditional neighbourhoods? Or do you see them as being necessary collateral damage?

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