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About those parking lot fridge magnets… Rob Ford could be fined for breaking bylaw


 

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The day after various Toronto media outlets published versions of a story about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford attending a community meeting and leaving abruptly to place “Rob Ford” fridge magnets on cars parked in the church lot, a bylaw enforcement officer is investigating to see if Ford broke any rules during his magnet blitz.

According to a report in the Toronto Star, a resident complained to the city after finding the Ford magnet on their car. A city bylaw deems it illegal to be found: “depositing handbills on vehicles and handing handbills to pedestrians,” says the Star.

The uncertainty comes around whether the magnets fall under the handbill category. If he is found to have broken the bylaw, Ford could get off with just a warning, or face a fine of between $100 and $150, reports the Star.


 
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About those parking lot fridge magnets… Rob Ford could be fined for breaking bylaw

  1. He’s clearly politicking. As usual, he’s walking that fine line. He’s sleazy, sly and incompetent.

  2. Rob Ford, Rob Ford,
    He’s an adorable dork,
    Hates silly street cars,
    And City Hall pork,
    He likes to get drunk,
    Then act like a putz,
    Grab a reporters butt,
    We think that he’s nuts.

  3. Again, thanks for the entertainment Toronto! Now get your guy a good psychologist.

  4. incompentent, sleazy, and sly
    his plans will never fly
    thick as a brick
    his mind’s not quick
    but his greed is as high as the sky.

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