Comment 121376

By ergopepsi (registered) | Posted April 26, 2017 at 13:27:41

I think the argument that the city would have to pay the costs incurred if they quit the LRT project is a weak one. It's impact on the city's coffers wouldn't be inconsequential but this kind of expense can be chalked up to the costs of doing business. Or, more specifically, the costs of agreeing to do something and then not doing it.

The lost development, investment, jobs and tax base dwarfs the 70 million that would fly out the door if they kill it.

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