01 January 2009

About FreeTorontoNow

This blog was established as a direct response to the incompetence and treasonous actions demonstrated by his blondeness, Mayor David Miller, during the extortion conducted by CUPE 416 and 79 in the summer of 2009. Its aim is to remind Toronto voters to remember the actions of David Miller and to hold him and those councillors, the Treasonous Toronto 20, accountable in the next municipal election. Remember and make your vote count.

Remove the following from City Council:

Mayor David Miller
Maria Augimeri (York Centre)
Sandra Bussin (Beaches East York)
Shelley Carroll (Don Valley East)
Raymond Cho (Scarborough Rouge River)
Janet Davis (Beaches East York)
Glenn De Baeremaeker (Scarborough Centre)
Frank Di Giorgio (York South Weston)
Paula Fletcher (Toronto Danforth)
Adam Giambrone (Davenport)
Mark Grimes (Etobicoke Lakeshore)
Suzan Hall (Etobicoke North)
Adrian Heaps (Scarborough Southwest)
Doug Holyday (Etobicoke Centre)
Pam McConnell (Toronto Centre Rosedale)
Joe Mihevc (St. Paul’s )
Joe Pantalone (Trinity Spadina)
Gord Perks (Parkdale High Park)
Anthony Perruzza (York West)
Bill Saundercook (Parkdale High Park)
Adam Vaughan (Trinity Spadina)

Further, the secondary aim of this blog is to promote the privatisation of city services, the dismantling of all unions (terrorists) and increased city accountability and fiscal responsiveness.

Ward 31

This is the first in a series of profiles of the Treasonous Toronto 20. I thought that I would start with my local councillor, Janet Davis. So far my review of her performance indicates that it has been less than stellar and has been unduly influenced by unions and costly to taxpayers! Here is how she voted on some of the main issues:


This councillor likes to spend your money, so it wasn't a surprise that she needs more of it and voted to tax your registration of vehicles, your garbage collection and your transfer of land. She also voted not to defer the new taxes and to increase your property taxes 3.8%. Interesting that she wanted to give CUPE a 5.6% raise, so you can imagine where the difference is going to come out of...new taxes!


Now that the money has been taken from taxpayers, Councillor Davis voted to spend more of your hard-earned money and deliver a money-losing theatre for $1.2 M and a homeless shelter for $6 M. If she had been thinking, we could have saved $5 M and put the homeless in the theatre when it wasn't in use. At least the homeless would be entertained...unlike the taxpayers!


This councillor obviously missed the part in civics class on a representative and responsive government. She has successfully voted in favour of secrecy and keeping information from the public. She voted against the public attending consultation hearings, against an open tendering policy, for contracting in garbage collection in the City of York (more Union Dues to be paid = more campaign funds), against an effective lobbyist registry and against an open appointment process for the Police Services Board.