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01-22-2013, 09:10 PM
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Littleton, Co
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I've heard the same type of thing from my father, although I haven't fact checked it at all. The way he tells it, Rochester and Toronto used to be similar cities in terms of size, scope, culture and city vibe, so to speak. In the 40's-60's, Toronto started building 4 and 5 lane highways into the city center to spur growth and improve the infrastructure, and they shot way past Rochester to become the glitteringI metropolis that it is today.
Yep, your dad's got it right.
There's nothing wrong with Buffalo that couldn't be cured by a lowering of property taxes and reduction in the size and scope of village, town, county and city government.
Toronto organized itself into a metropolitan district back in the 1960's and that also helped reduce duplication of Govt services. So social services don't have to suffer.
Sorry this is boring most of you to tears. Blame U.B. and WNY public schools.
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