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By WRCU2 (registered) - website | Posted August 06, 2011 at 07:37:32

I am grateful that he took the time to read my contributions to the public discussion over urban planning and LRT in Hamilton. Public debate is important.

Cheers. Applause.

Nevertheless, the Rapid Transit Team is currently still encouraging public input on its land use plan at public information centres this month.

Hear hear IT is not too late for a clear public cause!!!

Which reminds me of a comment by a mayoral runner-up from our more recent memory:

Here, the emerging richness of urban texture is what gives rise to a dispersed economic & aesthetic ripple effect that spreads equitably across urban communities...

Richness gives rise and ripples.

With this in mind, I feel that each of these information centres could serve as a means (gives rise) for RTHers (emerging richness of urban texture) and LRT supporters (dispersed economic & aesthetic) to get together and meet one another (ripple effect), because we can't afford to wait much longer; We cannot remain strangers if we wish to become stronger (that spreads equitably across urban communities).

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As anyone can see our mayor hasn't had many flattering moments nor has he made any earth shattering comments in this his first year in office. At least we have RTH, theSpec and guys like Nicholas keeping him honest while we continually hope for the best.

IT is our responsibility to foster the clamour of interest that I will stop short of calling a fetish.

Comment edited by WRCU2 on 2011-08-06 08:44:40

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