Morning Brew: October 4th, 2007
Your morning news roundup for Thursday October 4th, 2007:
Mayor Miller is considering having a panel of outside experts do an assessment on city spending. Perhaps this should have been done a while ago?
The wreckage of The Orcadian, a schooner that sank in Lake Ontario in 1858, has been found by two American researchers. The wheat it was hauling is surely water-logged.
Beware the butt-grabber. Police want to warn residents in the area bounded by Yonge/401/Bayview/York Mills that there's a man out there that has an offside urge that he acts on.
Drivers may not like them, but a number of proposals are being put forth to help curb our serious traffic problems including road tolls, extended no parking hours, scramble pedestrian crossings, and more.
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