So NOW, after County Councillors voted on transferring waste to the upper tier, selling the public on cost savings, they figure out Orangeville benefits, but other lower tiers won't?
And staff are STILL crunching the numbers, AFTER County Councillors voted on transferring waste management to the upper tier, selling the public on cost savings?
WHAT THE FUKC?
There will be winners and losers in this game,” said East Garafraxa Mayor Allen Taylor, chair of the county’s Community Development Committee (CDC). “Right from the first, I was naïve enough to believe that if the cost was going down, everybody would save money.”
There isn’t going to be a simple slight decrease to each municipality in the cost of waste management,” said county treasurer Alan Selby. “For some, the cost will go up, and for others, the cost will go down.”
I wouldn’t say it was a foul up. It was something we never anticipated,” Taylor said. “Where we are now is called an unintended consequence.”
In light of the discovery, county staff is currently crunching the numbers to determine how much more or less each municipality’s tax base would pay for waste collection next year to compare with their current contracts.
“We’re getting closer to a point where we might be able to come up with exact figures,” Taylor said. “How it works out? Nobody knows
And these clowns are in charge of implementing a gasification plant?