You seem to be responding to an argument I didn’t make: at no point did I dispute Metrolinx’s right to expand the layover. I also never stated that I agreed with either side.Metrolinx *owns* the land, its next to highways and utility corridors . . . . at what point does demanding the electric train storage facility so we can stop clear cutting greenbelt to build more suburban housing matter to anyone?
I simply pointed out that both parties are coming in with completely different expectations of what a community consultation would cover. This would explain why community members consider the consultations a ‘sham’.