Finally…someone else has noticed the obvious. The City of Thunder Bay is living way beyond its means. City Hall is a bad financial manager. Really bad. Surprise! You can bet that City Admin will deny everything of course and spit out lots of stats countering the Lakehead University professors’ document titled AN ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF […]
There is a rumour floating around that the developer building the condos in Marina Park is looking to increase the height of the condo/condos. Add several more storeys. I do not not know how many. My guess? Three more to make an even ten? I wonder what people who have already purchased condos in either […]
Oh Danny boy, the pumps, the pumps are running…….. The pumps have been running in this corner for quite a while. I know the water makes no difference in the big construction picture. Piles driven to firm bottom and all. I find it interesting though. All this money being spent and you have these small […]
I wonder what is going on here? Water is draining into the ground around this manhole. That water is going somewhere down there. Three years old…. Prince Arthur’s Landing is aging prematurely. Sign is being obscured by shrubs. In order to keep the sign visible, shrubs must be trimmed back. Why did they not put […]
So, anyone using the waterfront development. A waterfront development bought and paid for by the citizens of Thunder Bay. On the first two really nice days we have had weather-wise in a long time are granting Brook McIlroy/City of Thunder Bay what in perpetuity? Their images and likenesses? Really? Forever? OR WE MUST KINDLY LEAVE THE […]
The first of two condos being sold by Resolve Group went up for sale last month with the majority of the 51 units being taken within the first week. Nearly a month later, 10 units remain and now the developer intends to push plans for construction of the second condominium sooner than originally planned. – […]
I can’t imagine what the view is going to be once the building(s) are complete. I believe a lot of people will be surprised. Not the good kind of surprised.
“It’s just what big business is doing,” he said. “They’re trying to look after the bottom line and look after their shareholders, and we have to look after our shareholders, which is the taxpayers.” – Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs, Chronicle Journal April 10, 2013 Manshield Construction was awarded a no bid $3.2 million contract […]
I know Greg Alexander blamed the negative Waterfront budget variance on the settlement: • To date, based on actual gross expenditures, a variance of $443,085 or 0.8%exists primarily related to contract settlements of $507,400 negotiated by the City Solicitor. In so doing, the City was able to achieve substantial completion without any additional delays and include these […]
They used the old Corporate Report 2013-018 trick. The oldest trick in the book. And the local Thunder Bay media just does not care. Just does not care.