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Makes no sense

Dear Sir:

Re: “Gov’t chases pulp mill ghost,” Jan. 22, 2014.

How much is it worth to make a point?

How much has the provincial government now spent on trying to collect $75,000 from Skeena Cellulose?, knowing full well that there is little or no chance of that collection ever happening!

This is worse than a gambling addiction, chasing good money with bad, in the hope of winning!

I know this sort of thing keeps lots of people working, but isn’t there at least one better way to spend our money?

Don Suttis,

Terrace, B.C.


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