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I beg you to hold to the principles of protecting the river from fast motorized traffic.
Some things plainly, just make sense.
I think a bike path from Stickle Road to Meadowlark is a fantastic idea, but not on Pleasant Valley.
I take exception to Velma Berkholtz letter of Oct. 10, 2018.
If you want your government to work for you, vote for a system that will force them to do so.
Prop rep elected bodies will make our province a better place. Or is that just an opinion?
The upcoming referendum on our voting system is another version of the old shell game.
It should have read, “Proportional Representation means an end to manufactured majorities.”
What was not impressive were the comments made by proponents of members of the audience.
I will be voting to keep the current “first past the post” system.
Our first past the post voting system made some sense back when there were two political parties.
For years these services have worked well for all concerned.
Know the history before making your selection.
It was extremely troubling that he did not provide the audience with honest information.
One can turn a public resource used by many to a nearly private one dominated by a few.
There are glaring flaws in the way that this referendum.
From the get-go, I have been opposed.
Many people live in the North Okanagan for lifestyle reasons.
I am opposed to the motion to close the Shuswap River to power boating involving towing, waterskiing