Our third day of Pug Award polls showed that UrbanToronto is emphatically neutral on 88 on Broadway, and a little cooler on 900 Mount Pleasant. 60 Richmond still leads the pack, while no one project really stands out as an object of derision. If you haven't voted yet for the first six Pug Award nominees, those polls are still open. Today we present two more for your consideration.
Here's the seventh building up for this year's Pug Awards, which we hope you will take the time to vote for both here, and at the Pug Awards' official site. Our take on the Pugs is an experiment to see how our results will compare to the official results. The difference is that the official Pug Awards give you three choices: Love It, Like It, or Hate It. Based on suggestions from our members, we will give you five points along the continuum to register your feelings: Love It, Like It, Neutral, Dislike It, Hate It. Will that be too many options, or will that make voting easier? Please come back on a daily basis to register your thoughts!
Please vote at the Pugs, and then Vote Here and register your UrbanToronto Pug vote too!

Daily Poll 7 for May 15, 2010: Pug Awards Bay Adelaide Centre

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