Benoit Dutrizac is known for his openness, and his interview with the Saint-Jacques district councilor and member of the executive committee in charge of urban planning, Robert Beaudry, was no exception. There is no doubt: the host cares about what is happening in the village.
On his QUB radio microphone, Dutrizac lamented the state of the neighborhood and, in his opinion, the lack of efforts to solve the problem. It must be said that his day once again started with avoiding human excrement near his parking spot.
The local councilor and board member responsible for urban planning, Robert Beaudry, is sharply questioned by Benoit Dutrizac QUB radio :
“I don’t know what you’re waiting for when you put toilets everywhere,” he said to his guest.
Then came the words of churches to describe a situation he felt was urgent. He took the opportunity to return to the temporary setup of a “mini-putt” course on Ste-Catherine Street.
“Your batsman, you should have given him a broom,” he shouted.
We can say that Dutrizac “takes out the bad guy” in this powerful interview about a neighborhood that has more empty buildings than thriving businesses. However, a special mention goes to Robert Beaudry for his composure, “his courage and his boldness”.