Knew being in a good mood could not last.
This is somewhat related to the "saying no" thread.
As a professional, at what point do we get to draw a line in the sand and tell our employer that the documents we have to enforce and the quality of work used to prepare them is inadequate and should not be accepted? I have a brand new plan(4 months old) that has already had 2 amendments done to in, one of them completely foreseeable, and have still not received a consolidated version of the document. The copy I have has stickies referencing specific council and court decisons. Try interpreting that in a holistic manner.
On a related point, what would you do if you know your employer is going to write a zoning By-law that will increase your workload by requiring that every single land division in an area where you want growth to occur is going to require a rezoning?
"Early next week" can not come soon enough. I need a smiley with shot gun in its mouth.