Thursday’s Headlines

CITY HALL
• Citizens left to cool their heels [The Star]
• Councillors’ office expense spending to have limits [The Star]
• Pride funding debate delayed until May [The Star]
• Ford’s committee criticized for vote to cancel citizen panels [Globe & Mail]
• Ford keeps trash deal under wraps [Now Weekly]
• Ford Nation, republic of one [Eye Weekly]

TRANSIT
• Condo TTC Metropass program on chopping block [The Sun]
• Sigcino Moyo’s TTC civility test [Now Weekly]

STREET MEAT
• ‘I’ve destroyed my family’s finances’ [The Star]
• Vendor calls Toronto’s street food program a ‘scam’, threatens to sue [National Post]
• Vendors couldn’t swallow costs of street-food program [Globe & Mail]

ARCHITECTURE & DEVELOPMENT
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Pricey changes to Old City Hall troublesome [National Post]
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: The square looks sad [National Post]
• Toronto Museum Project might get a home (some day) [BlogTO]

STREETS
• The Fixer: Persistent puddle has finally dried up [The Star]
• Conversation Pieces: Pedestrians [Torontoist]
• Dundas West takes off [Now Weekly]

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