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Tsawwassen has hit housing plateau

Editor: I am a 30-year-old resident of Boundary Bay. I wish to express my concern regarding the Southlands development proposal. I have been a Tsawwassen resident for 25 years.

Mayor closes door on constituents with backroom antics

Editor: How ironic is it that while a businessman foisting another controversial development plan on the people of Tsawwassen cries for public input, the mayor, elected by the people to serve the people of South Delta, continues to close the door on

Great for cyclists

Editor: Bicycle access to 28th Avenue at Highway 17 (new overpass) will soon be possible. This access will enable cyclists on Highway 17 to proceed to Ladner, Highway 10 and River Road via 64th Street.

Profit can't come before people

Editor: Re: Delta rids itself of property that's an environmental nightmare, Sept.

Voter wants to know where Delta candidates stand

Editor: Re: Debate poised to resume, Sept. 21 Will the debate over Southlands ever end? I fail to understand why, when it comes to the Southlands, our current council seems to ignore the word "no.

Delta mayor can't stifle debate on most important issue

Editor: Re: Debate poised to resume, Sept. 21 If Mayor Lois Jackson thinks she can stifle discussion and debate on perhaps the most important issue facing Delta voters - Southlands development - she has another thing coming.

Public has already spoken on the Southlands

Editor: When Delta commissioned an Ipsos Reid poll last year to specifically ask if we wanted to retain the current policy and land use designation, as agricultural, for the Southlands, the public had its say. We spoke with a strong majority as 61.

Strong group of candidates can only benefit the board

Editor: It is heartening to see quality candidates putting their names forward as school trustee candidates in the coming municipal election. Last election trustees were elected by acclamation because there were only seven candidates.

MLA stunned by antics on SFPR route

I saw an absolutely outrageous sight on Sunday, a sight that left me speechless with the knowledge that citizens have to fight for even the most basic respect from our government. And as a resident of Delta, you'd think I would have learned by now.

Arts recognition appreciated

Editor: When the Corporation of Delta took over the Tsawwassen Arts Centre and the Firehall Centre for the Arts this spring, I was not sure what was going to happen.
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