It is already well known that Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Cromby wants to be free.
But now with a new postcard campaign sent to all households, Cromby takes its dreams of separating from the Pell region directly to its inhabitants.
"The goal of the postcard is to raise awareness of the review and reach so many households in Mississauga with our position as to why Mississauga should become an independent city," Mr Krombi said on Tuesday.
Postcards are like ballots. People get the word.
Move to the UK and Brescia.
Although it is not easy to make one of those obstacles, combining the words of the words by putting Exit with Mississaga, the move speeds up the conversation about leaving the Pellic region to stand alone.
"The city of Mississauga asks residents to show their support for independence," says the postcard sent to its 721,599 inhabitants.
It says: "Dear Prime Minister Ford" over four checked boxes:
1: I want my tax dollars to stay in Mississauga and not to subsidize Brampton and Caledon.
2: I think Mississauga should have the power to make her own decisions
3: I want my advice to have full responsibility for local services
4: I want Mississauga to be an independent city that is no longer part of the Pell region.
The form also states that "the personal data for this form is collected and will be used to evaluate the support of the residents of the city of Mississauga for the most desirable option to be an independent city" which "would have the opportunity to speak as a city , fully controlling their future with a distinct identity, as well as other cities already. "
Crommie and her peers also believe that "eliminating the entire layer of government will lead to a more efficient and more efficient government focused only on Mississauga's priorities," and hence at the end of $ 85m a year for "subsidizing" Brampton and Caledon.
"My hopes are that residents will read the letter, agree with our position, fill in the postcard and drop it into the nearest post office of the" Canada Post "to allow Prime Minister Ford to support Mississauga separated from the region Pel, "said Krombi.
Prime Minister Ford has already shown that it is for change. Ask the 24 councilors more with places.
This can happen. That should happen.
Mississauga is right there with Winnipeg as the seventh largest city in Canada, and is located on the beautiful Lake Ontario, one of the largest cities in the world.
It is home to Pearson International Airport and has citizens who are excellent in a very safe environment.
It is a model for the world with a strong and clever mayor like the Cromm and the Sage Council.
The sky is the limit for what Mississauga can become with both hands on the wheel as theirs.
This is not a bit of Brampton because I have the same positive view of that city.
That's the potential for growth is huge – both business and residential. Brampton, in more than 605,000 inhabitants, also has an energetic and hungry young mayor in Patrick Brown who has very sharp tips.
Caledonian also has excellent directions within Mayor Alan Thompson and can easily discover his own identified as very special exiting the hustle and bustle of 80,000 – just minutes from the metropolis.
It could be victory, victory, victory.
You should not talk about divorce, but more than growing and flying from the nest of ready wings.
Mayors should not get stuck on who paid for it, but instead ensuring that the power grid is safe, the police and emergency services are set up and continue by keeping everyone in their own direction, but the remaining narrow neighbors.
But I know that there are conflicting views and I want to hear them. Please take part in our online survey at www.torontosun.com.
It could offer an idea of what Prime Minister Ford will see when the residents of Mississauga send their postcard.