LETTERS: Major issues being sidelined

An open letter to White Rock mayor and council.

I am disturbed by what I have recently read about the White Rock mayor and council.

An open letter to White Rock mayor and council.

I am disturbed by what I have recently read about the White Rock mayor and council.

I would have preferred to have read that the mayor and council are focused on the better management of our fair City by the Sea by addressing the following issues:

1. Implementing the council-approved policy of the Storm Water Management Plan

2. Implementing the council-approved policy of the Environmental Strategic Plan

3. Implementing the council-approved policy of the Climate Action Plan

4. Reversing the previous council’s illegal creation of a dog park in a Provincial Wildlife Management Area

5. Addressing the unauthorized pumping of storm water onto private lands when the storm sewers are over capacity.

These are some of the important matters I believe the voters of White Rock would appreciate council attending to.

Thank you for your time and attention to these important issues.

Andrew Schulz, White Rock

 

 

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