4 Responses to Speaking of nuns…

  1. Scotty Moffatt February 11, 2011 at 3:34 pm

    They were only stopped from voting for the school board, not voting for anything else. And as i stated earlier, the seperate school board should be a private affair not payed for by any taxpayers. The Catholic Church should foot the whole bill and then let them elect their own people.

  2. Brett Hagey February 11, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    When voting is online, it will be interesting to see the percentages when people are allowed to support any number of registered religions, rather then Catholic or Other, as it seems to be, now.

    How many did we get out voting last time, 25%? of the pop now dictates the allocation of funding for education; i bet if 100% of Internet users in Cambridge were voting online the true nature of our cities’ preferences would provide a more accurate base for infrastructure considerations at the municpal, as well as local level, when it comes to educational, as well as recreational asset growth.

    Shine a light on things, it would indeed.

  3. scot February 11, 2011 at 8:03 pm

    That’s a good question,Brett. You might be interested to know that they are currently forming the Voter to Voter task Force 2, and there are openings (Donna Reid sat on the last one, and she got elected.) You would be perfect for this
    Thi is from the agenda for mondays council council meeting.

    THAT Council directs the City Clerk to review and bring back to Council the Terms of
    Reference for the Voters to Vote Task Force – to include a review of:
    a) The number of Councillors to be on the Task Force.
    b) The number of citizens to be on the Task Force

  4. scot February 11, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    Sorry, I missed this.
    c) To incorporate the final recommendations of the VTVTF1 into the Terms of
    Reference for the VTVTF2

    Internet voting was one of the recommendations of VTVF1

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