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Warmington: Mississauga makes big push for separation



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It is already well known that the mayor Mrs. Bonnie Crombie wants to be free.

But now with the new e-card company sent all households Crombie takes her dream of separation from the Peel region directly to its residents.

"The goal of cards with & # 39 is to raise awareness on the review and to achieve many of the seven & # 39; and in Mississauga with our position on why Mississauga should become an independent city," said Crombie Tuesday.

Postcards as newsletters. People have the right to vote.

Move over the UK and Brexit.

Although it is not easy to do one of those catchy, combining words sayings, putting together a way out of Mississauga, this step ramps talk about leaving Peel Region to stand alone.

«Mississauga City residents are asked to show their support for independence," says the postcard in the mail from their 721.599 inhabitants.

It reads: "Dear premier & # 39; er-Ford" above the four already checked boxes:

1: I want my tax dollars to stay in Mississauga, rather than subsidize Brampton and Caledon.

2: I think, Mississauga should have the right to make their own decisions

3: I want my advice is to have overall responsibility for local services

4: I want to Mississauga to be an independent city is no longer a & # 39 is part of the Peel region.

The form also states that "personal information on this form is collected and will be used to assess the resident's support of a preferred embodiment of the city Mrs. to be an independent city", which "will be able to speak as one city, to fully control its future with a strong identity, as has already been made "in other cities.

Crombie and her colleagues also consider "eliminating an entire layer of government will lead to more efficient and effective government focused only on the priorities of Mississauga" and, thus, ending the $ 85 million per year "subsidizing" Brampton and Caledon.

"My hopes that people will read the letter, I agree with our position, fill out a postcard and drop it in their nearest Canada Post mailbox to the premiership & # 39; er Ford know that they support the Mississauga branch of Peel Region," said Crombie.

Prem & # 39; er Ford has already shown that it is to change. Ask a question about the 24 board members are no longer with the site.

This may occur. It has to happen.

Mississauga there with Winnipeg's seventh largest city by population in Canada and is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario, with & # 39 is one of the biggest of big cities in the world.

It is home to Pearson International Airport and is a citizen of that suit in a very safe environment.

This model of the world with a strong and clever mayor as Crombie and sage advice.

Sky is the limit for what can be a Mississauga with both hands on the handlebars future by themselves.

It's not easy to Brampton because I have the same positive opinion that the city too.

This growth potential is huge – both business and residential. Brampton, more than 605 000 inhabitants and is an energetic and hungry young mayor Patrick Brown, leading a very sharp tip.

Caledon also has excellent leadership under Mayor Allan Thompson and can easily maintain their own identify as a very special get away from the hustle and bustle of the city of 80,000 – just a few minutes from the capital.

It can be a win, win, win.

Needless to say as a divorce, but there is a growing up and fly out of the nest in the wings ready situation.

Mary must not get caught, who paid for that but instead to ensure that the energy system with the & # 39 is a safe, Police and emergency services are installed and accessed all going in their own direction, but remaining close neighbors.

But I know that there are conflicting opinions, and I want to hear them. Please take part in our online poll www.torontosun.com.

It can offer an idea that the prime minister & # 39; er Ford will see, when the residents of Mississauga to send them a postcard.

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