Time for the City of Terrace to expand its boundaries

"The removal of the beautiful sign ‘Welcome to Terrace’ is the straw that broke the camel’s back."

Dear Sir:

This is an open letter to Area E rep Ted Ramsey and the folks who listen to him. If you have ever been to a regional district meeting, you will know what I am talking about – tear down our community on both sides of the river instead of building it up.

I proposed an idea to provide covered parking for RVs, boats, etc., and not one person on the regional district board will listen to me, including Area C rep Jessica McCallum. This service is badly needed for Terrace and surrounding area.

It is about time pressure be put on the mayor and council and the province to expand the city limits to include the Thornhill area.

We are the laughing stock of all B.C.

The removal of the beautiful sign ‘Welcome to Terrace’ is the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Our elected officials need to get off their backsides and show some credibility.

I am wild.

Do something.

James J. Wold,

Terrace, B.C.

 

 

 

 

 

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