Comment 90348

By ScreamingViking (registered) | Posted July 22, 2013 at 11:33:16

Yes the property owner should have contacted the city for clarification, and good on Farr to admit his mistake (though I have to wonder why nobody else realized the Building Department should have been informed, if not present)

But does this kind of issue get communicated internally among city departments? Do managers get regularly updated on key city files, especially when they're relevant to their area of responsibility? Do they read/listen/watch the news??

Asking the city to get its ____ together might be too much, and the heritage issue is a big one, but getting better at some very basic internal communications would do a world of good for the way things operate at City Hall.

Comment edited by ScreamingViking on 2013-07-22 11:40:28

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