Comment 58922

By MattM (registered) | Posted January 31, 2011 at 15:17:06

If he'd "listened to the needs of his tenant" during his tenure, we'd have a stadium in a greenfield on the east mountain surrounded by a sea of several thousand parking spots, a Boston Pizza, a generic hotel and several 6-8 lane widened roads that are empty 80% of the year, lined with wheatfields or townhouse subdivisions.

Well, ok. I guess maybe a Tim Hortons and a McDonalds too, with a drive-thru system that could double as a 4 lane street.

Eat 'em raw.

It's hilarious that this is the kind of crap that so many of the ignorant residents of this city think are "city building initiatives". All that kind of development does is make us look like the several other sleepy suburbs that are between successful cities throughout North America. It's the driveway-to-driveway experience we get, and then we shake our heads in disbelief every time the TV tells us we're getting fat. (Ok I'll stop, this is getting way off-topic)

Comment edited by MattM on 2011-01-31 15:21:26

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