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LETTER: Lots to do for teens, back then

LETTER: Lots to do for teens, back then

In Christine Thompson's column ( What's a teen to do, South Delta Leader , Jan. 13, 2012 ) she laments that there are not enough entertainment options for South Delta youth. Yes, this might be a problem for some.
Gateway leaves trail of destruction

Gateway leaves trail of destruction

Editor: Creating a climate of political correctness to implement the destruction of farmland, the Gateway program is leaving a trail of destruction. The TFN treaty is part of that program, but is leading to some very unfortunate effects.
TFN thanked for holding information meeting

TFN thanked for holding information meeting

Editor: Thank you to the Tsawwassen First Nation for inviting neighbours to the public information event on Jan. 11 about its proposed commercial /retail development.
Check your hydro bill closely

Check your hydro bill closely

Editor: I have seen many letters to the editor about the new smart meters which are being installed by BC Hydro.
Bought off by buttons and poisoned blankets

Bought off by buttons and poisoned blankets

Editor: Re: Do as we say, not as we've done, Murphy's Law, Jan. 18 First, in the name of full disclosure and to prevent the usual racist slur that eventually is thrown out when one disagrees with First Nation plans, I am of aboriginal descent.
Four weeks and counting to make statement

Four weeks and counting to make statement

Editor: As a Ladner resident for 43 years, I have always thought the Delta police do a good job of protecting the citizens. Recently I discovered they have no interest in serving the justice system.
Delta thanked for caring enough to do what's best for rabbits

Delta thanked for caring enough to do what's best for rabbits

Editor: Re: Rabbits to be relocated, Jan. 11 I am an average citizen living in Richmond. I have lived here on and off for 30 years. I pay my taxes, I am law-abiding. I even worked for the city for 15 years.
Cloudy Tsaw

Cloudy Tsaw

Editor: Re: Going to great heights to avoid the limitations of an area plan, Community Comment, Jan. 13 It certainly has not taken long for Tsawwassen's harbingers of doom and gloom to recover from the excesses of Christmas and New Year.
Big question is whether malls are viable

Big question is whether malls are viable

Editor: Re: Public gets glimpse into malls, Jan. 13 The article doesn't begin to address the key point of the issue: Is it all viable? Upon doing some research, the answer to that question is not clear. The proposed almost 1.
New shelter a long time in coming

New shelter a long time in coming

It's about time. Civic politicians did as expected this week and signed off on a contract to build a new animal shelter to be located north of River Road in the Tilbury area.