Today’s TTC meeting contained a few gems that will never show up in the press who have other, weightier matters on their minds (and limited space).
During a discussion of a report on station redesign, and with a sideways glance at a presentation on station cleanliness, Commissioner Milczyn, speaking of the auxiliary entrances to Bay Station, said:
“Most cities have public toilets that are far more attractive than the entrance to TTC subway stations.”
Commissioner Bussin, picking up on earlier remarks about blog-based comments, said:
“It’s interesting to listen to the public from time to time.”
I know she probably meant it to sound better than it does, but it’s amusing for a politician to think this is worth doing occasionally. Maybe about as often as all the Queen service gets to Neville Loop?