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Council is likely to pass an “anti-tear gas” motion today at council’s meeting, after several residents complained that residents have been gasping and coughing from breathing through their nose.
Some of those residents구미출장샵 구미출장마사지 contacted council and say they are going to be asking council to impose a gas and smoke ban on them on the grounds that the air is too “irritating.”
And some say they’d like to see a “zero tolerance” policy in place, as the air in the city has been getting too “intense and harsh” for many.
City manager Brian Balfour has said the council’s response was not a surprise and “not a good thing” and told the Star it will take a bit of time before staff “get the full picture.”
However, the Star has learned that the public will have been given an opportunity to address the council’s response.
A council member who is not on the “anti-tear gas” motion, but was listed as having an “on-going complaint” will be giving a speech at council’s meeting on today, before Balfour.
After being interviewed, the member said he would take issue with the motion in several ways.
“I think it is highly inappropriate for the city council to impose a ban of this kind on residents of Toronto,” said the councillor.
“And I think it would be just as inappropriate to impose that 라이브카지노ban on all residents who have reported it to me through the citizen complaint system and who have taken part in discussions on this very issue within the city’s social services system. ”
The motion was approv구미출장샵ed by council, as per a motion approved by council in March 2015.
The councillor added that there had been no public feedback so far, and that he wanted to hear from residents, at the same time as the council is deciding whether to implement an air and gas ban on its own.
“I’m going to give residents a chance to really get their concerns heard and to see exactly what impact the motion is going to have on the lives of residents on council,” he said.
When asked to comment, a city spokesperson told the Star that council had taken several public comments into account, and was “taking feedback on how appropriate, equitable and effective the motion will be, and will implement it accordingly.”
Coun. John Parker said he is not particularly concerned.
“People just don’t understand what is going o