Bylaw enforcement

Great letter Bradley Prince. Hopefully everyone understands the irony with which you wrote your letter.

I wonder who decided that going after skateboarding youth was so much more imperative than dealing with the homeless situation happening on 25th Avenue? We need to encourage and support our youth ,not tear them down.

My heart feels sad for these homeless people and there is so much more to the problem than simply moving them to different places around the city.

But taking what seems to be the easier road to do your job on a daily basis is not the answer.

The powers that be need to face the tough questions and problems and get the answers and solutions.

Worry about the big stuff and leave our youth, who are outside being active and creative in a positive manner, alone.

Maureen Singer

Vernon

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