LETTER: Summerland mayor should not have marched with NDP

Toni Boot was with NDP promoters, not Summerland, during Peachfest parade

Dear Editor:

At the Peachfest parade on Saturday, Aug. 10, i was surprised to see Summerland Mayor Toni Boot marching in her orange shirt with a group of others promoting the New Democratic Party.

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This is inappropriate.

She should have been promoting Summerland, not the NDP.

Obviously her interest is elsewhere, not Summerland.

R. Taylor

Summerland

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