@BeckyCory Thanks for the fave! :)
@hughstimson Grumble, grumble, get off my lawn. And great to hear from you! Hope you’re doing well.
@hughstimson Ridiculous. A few good stories, does not make it “likely the most comprehensive critic.” I would need to see numbers.
@hughstimson Sorry. How is that likely?
@StephanieCarvin Thank you, your recommendation to look at Kent Roach’s analysis is appreciated.
@SusanJones Toronto is relevant because many people interested in political amalgamation are interested in simply lowering taxes.
@SusanJones No, the report claims that amalgamation of political jurisdiction does not eliminate the need for service agreements.
@SusanJones As well, the report you linked to claims that amalgamation is not an alternative to integrated service agreements: still needed.
@SusanJones I guess the point, in part, would be to negotiate service integration agreements.