To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail michael.willcock@terracestandard.com. Include your first and last name or initials and a last name, and your city of residence. Letters will be edited.

To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail michael.willcock@terracestandard.com. Include your first and last name or initials and a last name, and your city of residence. Letters will be edited.

What a welcome for the newly elected council!

File an injunction against Elks Hall as a damp shelter, says letter writer

To the Editor,

Perhaps Kyle de Medeiros and the 372 petitioners against a damp shelter nestled among schools and parks might try filing a temporary injunction against renovations about to begin readying the Elks Hall as a damp shelter.

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If city council had cared a whit for the safety and wellbeing of nearby residents and businesses expected to embrace this new facility, councillors would have made a point of alerting everyone to what was in the works and not waited for it to sneak up on everyone after Ksan pocketed a letter of support and applied for the $500,000 grant. What a welcome for the newly elected council!

Claudette Sandecki,

Thornhill, B.C.


 

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