Montreal-area mayors are united in their opposition to a toll on the new Champlain Bridge.
But when it comes to putting their thoughts on paper for a joint statement , they are divided.
The disagreement came to light after the South Shore Chamber of Commerce scheduled, and then cancelled, a ceremonial signing ceremony last week.
The Journal de Montreal this morning says there is no question that the communities oppose charging a fee to motorists crossing the bridge, they just can't agree on the wording of a letter they want to send to Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
A Chamber of Commerce spokesman says it's not easy to reach a consensus among 20 mayors because everyone wants to have a say in the wording.
In the end, the Prime Minister will be getting a letter signed only by the head of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce.