They’re coming…

A quick post to say that my neighbour recently mentioned to me that the squirrels have started chewing on their green bin, even though it was left unlatched. I guess our squirrels are “hope for the best, plan for the worst” types in chewing an unlatched bin.

This term of City Council would have the less-understood “squirrel vote” in 2014, only, the latest research is inconclusive about whether they would stop chewing the bins long enough to get out and vote. Not unlike the rest of us. Which as it turns out, is lucky for the squirrels. Funny how they always come out on top (of your bin).

When I was door-knocking during the 2010 municipal election, one issue was consistent from street to street, neighbourhood to neighbourhood, across demographics.

And that was Ward 3 residents did not want the bins. And door to door, they were quite vocal about that.

And that is the truth.

If a Ward 3 Councillor thinks otherwise, I’d like to know how many doors they actually knocked on in 2010.

About Craig Chamberlain

Ward 3 Guelph resident, dad and step-dad.
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