Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Councillor Brian McHattie is expected to introduce a motion today, calling on the city to approve hiring a consultant to look at the issue. The cost of the consultant would be contained to $5000.00.
Councillor Bratina, on the other hand, isn't convinced that the hiring of a consultant, is the best way to proceed. Bratina argues that the city's development process needs to be perfected so heritage concerns get flagged right away. He also maintains that there also needs to be a list of priority heritage buildings in the city, something council has approved compiling, he said.
(see article as found in The Spec, here)
Do you think we should focus on this issue and, if so, what do you think is the best means to do so?