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February 22, 2012

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The water feature and light show should keep
the drunks occupied while they wait for the
buses leaving the down town core(or taxis).
Wonder if it is going to get soaped like the
other fountain in the square gets every year.

Seriously,i think if they can get some co-operation from mother nature,they should have it operational for March break.
More activities for the kids out doors the better.
Have a great day folks.

The light show turns off at 10/11pm So no drunks see any of that stuff.

Jan:
Here are the 2011 property tax mill rates, including education portion and regional taxes where applicable.

Residential
Guelph 1.2754%
Cambridge 1.3163%
Kitchener 1.2856%
Waterloo 1.2721%

Commercial
G 3.47%
C 3.78%
K 3.72%
W 3.69%

Sorry folks, wrong thread.

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