Which Toronto City Councillors Spent The Most Taxpayer Money On Their Personal Websites?

City councillor’s ward websites are pretty simple to build. Standard features include event calendars, contact pages, about pages, and information about groups and services operating in the councillor’s ward- all features that can be installed in a few minutes using plug-in technology. A half-decent developer could build the typical councillor’s site in 2-3 days, at a reasonable (not high, not low) rate of $50 p/hour. So, assuming the councillor is being careful with taxpayer’s money – and they come to the developer with clearly identified requirements – a site shouldn’t cost more than $1,600.

But, in the case of nine city councillors, the city paid multiples of that price…

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