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• Rob Ford’s allies not sold on his tax freeze proposal [Toronto Star]
• TCHC CEO wants to sell Rosedale headquarters [The Sun]
• No replacement yet for Ford’s chief of staff [The Sun]
• Duly Quoted: Rob Ford [Torontoist]
• Rob Ford’s chief of staff leaves City Hall, along with everyone else [Open File]

• OneCity: TTC chair takes the tax out of transit plan [Toronto Star]
• Stintz’s OneCity transit plan out of gas [Globe and Mail]
• Stintz reverses on her own TTC Scarborough plan [The Sun]
• Stintz pitches OneCity as friendly to a Scarborough subway and waterfront transit [The Sun]
• Carroll wants more time for OneCity deliberations; Cho wants that Scarborough subway [Open File]

• Track reconstruction at Queen and Spadina’s ‘grand union’ a grand task [Toronto Star]
• TTC track work shuts Queen-Spadina intersection for two weeks [The Sun]
• TTC repairs shut down Spadina and Queen, but don’t call it “Carmageddon” [Open File]

• ‘Artistic assault’ on sidewalk info pillars ‘vandalism at its best,’ prof says [National Post]
• Art Activists Take Over Info Pillars [Torontoist]
• Artist group gives astral info pillars a renegade redesign [Open File]

• Richmond Hill councillor Carmine Perrelli sues town over bylaw [Toronto Star]
• The Fixer: Bleacher seats at Adams Park not so edgy now [Toronto Star]
• After cross-country tour, citizen engagement exhibit arrives in TO [Open File]
• Charity reaching out to Toronto’s homeless living in city ravines [Open File]