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Letters: Not happy with chicken bylaw

Letters: Not happy with chicken bylaw

Chickens are in, much to my disappointment. I did write in opposition but to no avail
Letters: Frustrated with Ladner vaccine site

Letters: Frustrated with Ladner vaccine site

Editor: I find it frustrating that the only vaccine clinic in South Delta is in the completely inadequate health unit in Ladner. Completely impossible to make a booking there.
Letters: This area needs a clean up

Letters: This area needs a clean up

Editor: The area around 12th and 54A Street is again looking disgraceful. The grass needs cutting and the entire area is full of Dandelions, which need to actually be removed by the roots.
Letters: Boycott gas price scammers

Letters: Boycott gas price scammers

Tsawwassen has the highest price in the area
Letters: Let’s not continue to mistake growth for progress

Letters: Let’s not continue to mistake growth for progress

No longer can we afford ‘growth’ without looking at the effects on climate and community.
Letters: Progress train has brakes

Letters: Progress train has brakes

Editor: Re: Progress train will never stop, (Optimist, letters, April 15) Dear Mr. McDonald, neither you nor I support housing densification in our back yards, nor do our near neighbours. The progress train has brakes.
Community Comment: Tax time is a reminder of the year that’s past

Community Comment: Tax time is a reminder of the year that’s past

But hope is on the horizon. Vaccines are working, and the supplies are increasing
Letters: Electioneering before an election?

Letters: Electioneering before an election?

Now if that is not electioneering I don’t know what is!
Letters: Welcome, Heron Hospice of Delta

Letters: Welcome, Heron Hospice of Delta

While I feel deep sadness at the demise of the Delta Hospice Society, the board and leadership brought it on themselves and have only themselves to blame
Editorial: Showing our pride and our shame

Editorial: Showing our pride and our shame

Pride in the community and shame in the community is on my radar this week.