Results weren’t ideal for Toronto’s Hydro customers or environmental advocates.
18 out of 45 City Councillors voted in favour of ‘POLLUTER PAYS’
This would have gained the city of Toronto $1.6 million by charging hydro companies for their pollution instead of giving them discounts and allowing pollution fees to be passed down to hydro customers.
22 Councillors including the Mayor voted against full cost recovery.
They decided to allow corporate polluters to get discounts on the clean up costs associated with water treatment. This means hydro customers are still paying double for clean up fees.
See how your Councillor voted:
Interesting how BOTH burger brains voted against making corporations pay money to the City. Notice Rob Ford’s conflict of interest …