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Imagining Sudbury after Oct. 27

By: Letter to the Editor

 | Jan 15, 2014 - 2:25 PM |
Out from the dark shadows of the past arises a rebirth of Sudbury that has remained in the dark for way too long.

It’s all due to a political system run by dinosaurs afraid of change. Oct. 27, 2014 is a day that goes down in history because of the greatest voting turnout of voting due to online voting.

A new young mindset of councillors are elected. Leading the team is a woman of great insight. She is no longer held back.

The referendum for businesses to be in control of their own hours of operations is passed. Businesses that have been sitting on the outside now consider opening their businesses here. New businesses mean new jobs.

Boxing Day is now be a shopping day, bringing in hundreds of thousands of dollars. No longer is there lost revenues to outside cities such as North Bay.

The possibilities are endless. Only you can make this happen. Vote, and vote wisely. The time for change will soon be upon us.

Dan Nooyens
Greater Sudbury

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