The way Mark sees it, the City of Toronto’s Procurement Process is flawed. When the City’s operating budget was around $1 billion just ten years ago, one could argue the way Toronto went about procuring products and services back then was acceptable given the numbers were much smaller. Today the operating budget stands at around $16 billion, with $2 billion of that going directly to procurement.
Laser focused on Mark LeLiever’s platform to Get Toronto Moving both physically and economically, today he officially announces details of his plan to reduce Toronto highway commuter traffic by as much as 25% while increasing City of Toronto revenue by an estimated $300 million annually.
Consistent with Mark’s focus to Get Toronto Moving both physically and economically, he promises a property tax freeze over the next three years so you can move your financial life forward by keeping more money in your pocket to pay for the things you and your family need
Mark LeLiever has today officially launched his mayoral campaign. As someone who was born, raised and who worked his entire life in Toronto, the last three of those decades creating dozens of job opportunities as he built and ran businesses in the transportation and communications sectors, his frustration has forced him to take matters into his own hands and fight for this city.
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