It was not a Hail Mary or Save the Children vote, as the media has called it, but a roulette gamble played out by two Toronto Jewish councillors Josh and Josh that in the long term shall actually cost Torontonians and extra $500,000 yearly or a bit less in additional interest payments on the city’s debt for the next 20 years.
This is not how elected representatives should work with our money.
It was not at all in the best interests of the majority of
taxpayers and definitely not a prudent or fiscally responsible way to deal with
the city continuing debt crisis. Toronto