Ski hill vote slammed

My name is John Pacheco. I am in shock and appalled that the vote was 5-2 for the funding of the My Mountain Co-op (Shames Mt.)

An open letter to mayor and council:

Dear sirs,

My name is John Pacheco. I am in shock and appalled that the vote was 5-2 for the funding of the My Mountain Co-op (Shames Mt.)

That is soo unbelievable.

I know one thing for sure, mayor Joanne Monaghan, councillor Bob Corless, councillor Mario Feldhoff, councillor Rob Goffinet and councillor Corinne Scott are not going to get my vote.

Or from the 15-20 Kitimat taxpayer/voters/co-workers from work (RTA). (I promise to remind them).

You gents lost all respect.

Maybe you gents will get the Terrace taxpayer-workers’ vote.

Mayor and council is so out of touch with the working public.

What now, increase the property taxes again to fund the Terrace Shames Mountain?

 

Regards from John Pacheco and A-shift.

 

 

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