Comment 52219

By mrjanitor (registered) | Posted November 25, 2010 at 10:45:09

A Smith,

I understand your thinking and I will only contribute one caveat, the bill for maintaining sprawl (and therefor tax rates) is just starting to and will in the future hit the newer communities. A good local example is the pipe replacement that is just finishing up on Lake Ave. in Lower Stoney Creek. I may be wrong but I don't think that piping was that old, I would guess it was post WWII. I understand if you disagree with my thoughts, I still think Hamilton loses money on sprawl compared to its costs.

I absolutely agree with you that commercial and residential tax rates are the 400 pound gorillas in the Hamilton urban renewal meeting room.

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