Your tax dollars at work
West Island commuters will be able to watch the daily progress of the Dorval Circle reconstruction project for at least another six years.
La Presse carries a story this morning that says its another example of poor leadership, lousy management and runaway costs.
The project should have been completed last year with a price tag of 224-million dollars.
Instead the target date for completion is 2019 and the price now is half-a-billion dollars.
An audit by KPMG describes a lack of focus on the project, poor planning, and the lack of qualified people in key positions and as some of the major factors for the cost overruns.