Thursday’s headlines

CITY HALL
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Sophie’s Choice, the City Hall remake [National Post]
• Marxist doesn’t like the sound of Mammoliti’s Facebook comments [National Post]
• Rob Ford not the only mayor to receive death threats, Lastman says [National Post]
• Double dumb-down [NOW]

TRANSPORTATION & LATE GO REFUNDS
• TTC seeks art consultant for LRT line [The Star]
• Hume: What goes around in Quebec comes around in Ontario [The Star]
• Gatecrashing, seat hogging and more transit sins worthy of a refund [National Post]
• McGuinty vows to go ahead with transit refund for late trains [Globe & Mail]
• Updated: McGuinty aims GO announcement at vote-rich GTA [National Post]
• Revised GO Train guarantee: 15 minutes or free [The Sun]

GARBAGE
• Toronto seeks bids on private trash collection earlier than expected [Globe & Mail]
• Private garbage pickup coming sooner than expected [The Star]
• Private garbage pick up could start as early as 2012 [National Post]
• Speed up in trash privatization can save $3M: City [The Sun]

LIBRARIES
• Toronto’s libraries keep us connected in a wireless world [Globe & Mail]
• ‘Why are you going to diminish our success?’: Library union president on the proposed library closures [National Post]
• Between the covers [NOW]

OTHER NEWS
• Land use for the brain [NOW]
• Oak Ridges Moraine: Not safe yet [The Star]
• Brampton greenlights redevelopment [The Star]
• Hogtown Hustle has a lot of players [The Sun]