LETTERS: Leave the parks

Why do we need to fight city hall every few years over parks?

Beaches and parks are for people, all people, and are free.

Can you imagine Peachland council trying this stunt with their lakefront green spaces?

Why do we need to fight city hall every few years over parks?

Mayor and council learn your lesson, leave our parks alone and get to work on other city problems.

Garry Crassweller

Penticton

 

 

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