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5 comments:

  1. Don M, 13. October 2019, 15:27

    Some self-serving commentary, including reducing business rates and as a consequence pushing up the already impossible burden on residential ratepayers. And, of course, a few non-sequiturs. For example, how does he rationalise making decisions on “a robust cost-benefit analysis” with his (opaque) support for the airport extension.

     
  2. Dave Armstrong, 13. October 2019, 17:54

    Ha! ‘Wiser spending’ ‘lower debt’ ‘indoor stadium’. As they say on Sesame Street, ‘one of these things is not like the other’.

     
  3. CC, 13. October 2019, 23:04

    John Milford, as usual, has got it back to front. If the city is to progress, the Council needs to spell out what it expects of the business community! If there are companies that can’t support the well-being of the city and all its citizens, they shouldn’t need to be shown the door – it is plain sight. The electors have a given some pretty clear pointers as to what is expected and clearly, Mr. Milford’s prescriptions have been assessed as quackery. Stale white male is not the flavour of the day.

     
  4. David, 14. October 2019, 9:43

    Not once did you mention or address homelessness. More roads produce more cars.

     
  5. Dave B, 14. October 2019, 10:38

    Parallel universe I think. John Milford’s one has no problems that “Business as usual” can’t solve. Meanwhile, here where the rest of us live. . . .