Peter Clarke For Council Toronto North York Ward 23 Press Releases
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Peter Clarke For Council Toronto North York Ward 23 Information
723/90 Sumach, Toronto, Ontario Canada
Peter is CEO and one of the founders of Ellis Clarke International one of the largest privately held strategy facilitation firms in the world.
Clarke himself is a leading global consulting facilitator with experience in business and economics in both the private & public sectors.
Peter CLARKE is a committed, proud and determined independent political person.
Peter is a voice of the people not of a political party and once elected answerable only to the people NOT special interest group, lobbyist or a political party, %u201CUnlimited power controls the corruption and minds of those who influence it. %u201C Peter Clarke 2009.
Peter Clarke For Council Toronto North York Ward 23 Press Release -
Incumbents have INCREASED SPENDING by 60%, while INFLATION increased ONLY 23%. An outrageous increase of 260% over inflation. In Ward 23 the Incumbent career politician voted for $188 Million for questionable and unnecessary expenses in 2010.
Willowdale ward 23 voters in North York, Toronto have a clear choice on October 25. They can endorse a new platform of Controlled Spending, Openness and Transparency or continue with Borrow, Spend and New Tax Policies of 25 years by the incumbent.
So called debates for our city Mayor or Councillors have been candidate discussion meetings boiled down to name calling, personal slander attacks and attempts of character assassination with no proposals for spending cuts and other cost savings.
As humans we are all equal and equally imperfect yet out of touch media barons like Washington bureaucrats have come out in black ink with their new commandments for non establishment citizens seeking the mayor's position.
"Such term limits would facilitate the refreshing of the makeup of council system and produce fresh ideas and hopefully would help promote wider participation. What one cannot do as councillor in eight years one will not achieve in ten to 25 years".