Governance comes down to manners

Because it’s all very obvious that to have manners in the first place would not cost any money.

To the Editor,

Re: City spends to improve governance, Dec. 12.

I am yet again totally flabbergasted that during this time of high-pressed economic recession that these elected Nanaimo officials still have the bloody nerve to continue to waste $75,000 of the taxpayers’ money on what basically amounts to conduct of behaviour.

Because it’s all very obvious that to have manners in the first place – which their parents should have taught them, but did not – would not cost any money.

In all, the writing is on the wall and if they continue to ignore it then there will be a lot of negative consequences for all Nanaimoites.

Al MunroNanaimo