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Jury of One with Scott Tracey

<b>Jury of One:</b> Budget season a time to come together, not build walls

Jury of One: Budget season a time to come together, not build walls

In this week's Jury of One, Scott Tracey tackles the 'why should we pay for that' attitude that rears its head during budget season
<b>Jury of One:</b> City bears some responsibility for planning predicament

Jury of One: City bears some responsibility for planning predicament

Not surprisingly, the provincial government's plan for Guelph to grow during the next 25 years to 175,000 residents, with another 16,000 expected a decade after that, posing "significant challenges" for city
<b>Jury of One:</b> Council needs to keep the N-word out of water talks

Jury of One: Council needs to keep the N-word out of water talks

Using the provincial review as an opportunity to attack one company is an abuse of the process
<b>Jury of One:</b> Gordon's Nestle motion neither unnecessary nor premature

Jury of One: Gordon's Nestle motion neither unnecessary nor premature

The issue of water-taking by companies which simply sell that water back to the public is clearly front-of-mind at Queen's Park, and Guelph's view should be reflected in that conversation
<b>Jury of One:</b> Council roundabout stance a missed opportunity

Jury of One: Council roundabout stance a missed opportunity

In this week's Jury of One, Scott Tracey takes on Guelph's decision to not embrace roundabouts
<b>Jury of One:</b> Mistreatment of Guelph waste centre staff completely unacceptable

Jury of One: Mistreatment of Guelph waste centre staff completely unacceptable

Is this really what we've come to?
Jury of One: Pokemon Lure Party a brilliant idea for Downtown Guelph

Jury of One: Pokemon Lure Party a brilliant idea for Downtown Guelph

Don't be alarmed if there are significantly more people wandering around downtown Guelph this Saturday evening staring at their phones
Jury of One: Why the apparent front-burnering of the library?

Jury of One: Why the apparent front-burnering of the library?

In this week's Jury of One, Scott Tracey writes about how council's motion also puts staff in the awkward position of crafting a 10-year capital budget around a project which will likely be among the first to hit the cutting-room floor 
Jury of One: Paying city workers a living wage should be a moral and ethical issue

Jury of One: Paying city workers a living wage should be a moral and ethical issue

It would be less than five grand a year for the city to be able to boast about paying a living wage to all of its full-time employees
<b>Jury of One:</b> Proposed changes to yard waste collection a bit of a head scratcher

Jury of One: Proposed changes to yard waste collection a bit of a head scratcher

Does staff honestly believe offering to collect waste from the end of our driveways will encourage more people to deal with yard waste themselves?