Wednesday’s headlines

• Toronto city hall snubs Malvern library ground-breaking [Globe & Mail]
• Kuitenbrouwer: While city mulls closing libraries, two branches schedules to open [National Post]
• Citizen members of Library Board likely to get bounced next month [National Post]
• Ford accused of stacking public appointments [The Star]
• City to replace welfare cheques with debit cards [National Post]
• Labour Relations director leaves city hall [National Post]

• Man charged with death threat against Toronto Mayor Rob Ford [Globe & Mail]
• Second death threat made against Mayor Ford [The Star]
• Second man arrested for making death threats against Rob Ford [National Post]
• Second man charged with threatening to kill Rob Ford [The Sun]
• Facebook group not for layabouts and ‘communists’: councillor [Globe & Mail]
• Mammoliti: ‘If I get a smell of communism, they’re off the (Facebook) page’ [The Star]
• Mammoliti doesn’t like the smell of communism in the morning [National Post]

• Doctors urge cities to ‘redouble their efforts’ on bike lanes [The Star]
• Hume: London riots a long way off, but closer than we’d like [The Star]
• Complaint filed against Brampton mayor [The Star]
• Ripley’s Toronto aquarium to open in 2013 [The Star]
• Construction begins on Ripley Aquarium next to CN tower [National Post]
• A plan to finally deal with panhandlers [The Sun]
• Toronto bag tax on borrowed time [The Sun]