Comment 73728

By Sigma Cub (anonymous) | Posted February 05, 2012 at 11:05:49 in reply to Comment 73725

Compared to Hamilton, Milton is comparatively small, which in theory allows for more efficient service delivery. More to the point, it has undergone a population explosion -- something like 70% growth between the 2001 census and the 2006 census. During that same period, the population of Hamilton's lower city dropped, while its suburbs boomed, and though the city on the whole did increase in size, it didn't see anything remotely close to the jump that Milton did. My guess is that that the combined effect might explain a thing or two, though obviously not everything.

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