Comment 21664

By jason (registered) | Posted April 21, 2008 at 10:19:56

speaking of the old guard, here's a prime example in today's Spec opinion pages:

Funny how the story always changes - Red Hill was supposed to get trucks off city street. I guess not. Yes, trucks are critical to the economy. That's why we've just spent billions so they can access BOTH ways of the 403 by taking the 3-5 minute trip down Burlington Street to the QEW, and soon, the southbound Red Hill to the Linc. There's no reason for a truck at Burlington and Sherman to be coming through the core anymore. The old guard has had their day and has the results of the past 30 years to show for their work. Thankfully Hamiltonians are waking up to the fact that actions speak louder than words. The state of our economy is all the proof we need. Kudos to the mayor's office for hiring some sharp 20 and 30-somethings with a 21st Century vision of cities. The Chamber of Commerce might want to step out of the 50's and do the same.

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