To the editor,
Re: Money in place for $15-million bus exchange on Terminal, Sept. 27.
It continues to tick me off when the needs of the few get what they want, but the needs of the many get squat.
$15 million for this bogus transit project is coming from taxpayers who are paying way too much in taxes and are getting zero value for their money.
The mayor has stated that the location is “critical to building an effective transit system and revitalizing the area,” but he forgot to mention the continuing social disorder that will hang out at the $15-million transit exchange, making it a nuisance area and yet another problem area for the RCMP.
The only way to stop all of the social disorder is to get rid of political procrastination, otherwise face the inevitable.
Al Munro, Nanaimo
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