The Metrolinx Board met on June 21 with a full agenda. As is unfortunately the case with this quasi-public board, the fatter the agenda, the less time is spent on actual discussion of the material in it, at least in public. Presentations were rushed, and there were few questions from the Board to staff. Many issues on the public agenda have counterparts in the private session where, one might hope, there is more robust debate.
[This article has been in the hopper a bit longer than I had hoped while I chased some details from Metrolinx.] Continue reading