2016-09-27 Tue


Well, Iím back from holiday, and not much has changed.

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The building on the SW corner of Yonge and Grenville has risen to the ground-floor level.

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The building on the NE corner of Yonge and McGill has reached four storeys. My! But they have been busy here in the last three weeks.

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And on the SE corner of Yonge and McGill, work is under way in earnest.

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The large holes in the unfinished section of Gerrard Street look just as they did four weeks ago. Toronto is a city that manages to get all projects to the 95% completion point, and then all work stops and we live in dis-array for the want of a day or two of work. Or a truckload of top-soil.

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I now understand what these dimpled arcs are for.

Although they looked a lot nicer painted white in Poissy.

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And right across the street we donít have the dimpled tiles. Yet.

Probably be another five years, knowing Toronto. City Council and its planning and management strategy.