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Magda:

Welcome to the world of misinformation that is alive and well and living in Guelph.
The City was warned by Court Galvanizing when they were building the plant that galvanized steel would not suffice. Only a high quality steel product could survive the toxic composting environment. That was dutifully ignored. ask the retired General Manager of Court if you want verification.
City staff has not yet learned that there are people like yourself who actually go back and check out what positions relly were.
There are two types of errors - Errors of ommission, and errors of commission.
Errors of commission are foregivable, someone made an honest mistake, and while a reprimand is in order, it is forgivable.
But errors of Commission are not forgivable.
When discovered, there is only one course of action - take all the legal courses available and fire the perpetrator. To misrepresent the facts is reprehensible, and you can see why the people who live in the Dunlop Street area have a complete lack of trust in Guelph staff. They have been misinformed time after time, and yet the City persists in wanting to reopen the toxic and very expensive compost facility in spite of all the concerns. If they in fact do so over all the objections from that area, they are potentially opening the City to one expensive lawsuit in the event that the reincarnation of the compost plant fails - and mark my words - IT WILL FAIL!

All people deserve good life and home loans or just car loan will make it better. Because people's freedom is based on money state.

(That was a good blogpost by Magda.)

Do not enough cash to buy a car? Worry not, because this is possible to receive the personal loans to solve all the problems. Therefore get a car loan to buy all you want.

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