Letters to the Editor

Thank you, City of Terrace

Dear Sir:

Allow me the opportunity to laud the City of Terrace for their concern for my continuing good health.

I would be the first to admit that during the winter months I lead a somewhat sedentary life syle, never a good thing.

And while Mother Nature tried to help by dumping a foot and a half of snow March 7-March 8, the city recognised that shovelling that fluffy powder was hardly going to give me the cardio-vascular workout I really needed.

So sometime during the night it carefully deposited a quantity of wet, heavy snow at the end of my driveway.

Of course, I may take a less kind view of their efforts should I have a heart attack while hacking through that windrow.

Malcolm Baxter, Terrace, B.C.

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