Are a majority of our City Councillors wasting our tax dollars?

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The following is just one of many recently circulated articles that arrive at similar conclusions related to the wasteful expenditure and misinformation regarding the proposed one-stop subway extension to the Scarborough Town Centre.  

At Council this past week, a motion to do 'a Business Case Analysis comparison of the Scarborough Subway Extension and the Scarborough LRT replacement of the Scarborough RT’ was defeated - see motion and recorded vote copied below.  Although the seven-stop 'LRT replacement’ would serve more Scarborough residents at a lower building cost as well as a lower or no on-going operating subsidy, the majority of Council voted 'to advance the design work of a 6.2-kilometre subway tunnel aligned with McCowan Ave. to the Scarborough Town Centre’ - see motion and recorded vote copied below. 

Toronto Star: Toronto’s councillors bury themselves in Scarborough’s subway

The comparison to LRT will not be made as Mayor John Tory and his team vote down the request for information. 
By EDWARD KEENAN - Columnist
March 29, 2017

"There’s something that probably ought to be cleared up. There’s a perception out there — it arose during Tuesday’s city council meeting debating (again) the extension to the Bloor subway line to the Scarborough Town Centre — that proponents of the competing LRT proposal have somehow delayed the construction of the subway for years."

READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN THE TORONTO STAR HERE.