There is a positive spin to Penticton city council’s decision to allow commercial development in Skaha Lake Park.
How do you spell political suicide? Try “waterslides in Skaha Lake Park.”
Penticton city council needs to be taught a couple of important lessons:
1. Having the right to do something doesn’t always mean that it’s the right thing to do.
2. The time to stop a revolution is before it starts.
To the thousands of Penticton citizens who care about Skaha Lake Park, Winston Churchill once said that “success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”
There is hope.