I see that now, thanks. In that thread the comments were mixed and all about what was proposed at the time. For me this is not the issue. The rub here is that RioCan with its well-connected board of directors wants to ignore the 1968 ByLaw that granted the elimination of a street but enshrined publicly accessible open space. After two previous assaults the open space is now only 66% of what was originally intended. The City planners have all of a sudden taken a shine to the idea of closing in more of this space. It's this political approach to urban planning in Toronto that ensures the need for the OMB!