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The hole is moving inland. Where the material is going, is a mystery. I believe it is caused by something the contractor did or did’nt do while reconstructing Algoma Street last fall. According to an employee of the restaurant, City of Thunder Bay Engineering can’t do anything before the frost leaves the ground. I have […]
It seems that Man-Shield’s field office space at Prince Arthur’s Landing has been cut in half. Its down to a single trailer. I believe this means that the company will have to design and build, project manage and supervise the construction of the foundations for the condo and maybe…..just maybe….if the stars align […]
People have been wondering how the waterfront development came about. It all started with a shopping trip.
City surprised by underwater obstacles that are found off shore of a major industrial waterfront? Imagine that? Who could have foreseen such things? And its going to cost more? A part of the waterfront development that is going to cost more than the original estimate? Amazing! Anyway, I could see the press conference announcing the discovery of these “unknown” obstacles. […]
The mayor campaigned on a platform that included more open and transparent government. The deal to sell the waterfront properties was signed on April 12, 2012. Put the agreement up the city website so the people that are paying for this deal will get to see just what they bought. Let democracy shine…..for once. Of course that will […]
We now have a new standard for inactivity. Almost three years without doing anything. Glaciers are retreating faster than 1778601 Ontario Inc. is moving on their newly acquired waterfront properties. Things look very bad down there. I hope the City of Thunder Bay has cashed the cheque. I hope they have received the cheque. No credit […]
The City of Thunder Bay pays its managers Sunshine List level salaries. I personally believe that many of those managers do not warrant being paid that much money. Their passed performances, I believe, got this city into the infrastructure deficit and urban sprawl development that we are now dealing with…by paying even MORE […]