Comment 27897

By geoff's two cents (anonymous) | Posted December 14, 2008 at 22:07:00

No problem with the mistaken identity. And, as I've said before, I agree in principle with much of what you say (Hamilton's municipal government is something less than a well-oiled machine). Just wondering though, taking the world as it is (we have a municipal government that will conduct its business somewhere), as opposed to the world as it ought to be (where government shrinks to an almost negligible size, with privately owned, competitive, and more efficient institutions picking up the slack) - assuming, that is, that city hall will eventually locate somewhere, I'd be curious to know where you thought that should be (ie. which location would represent the lesser of two - or three - evils?).

Personally, I'm intrigued by the more central location, which - at least symbolically - would represent a departure from an ivory tower idea of government to one that is more effectively engaged with the city's private sector.

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