A natural and direct consequence

I feel powerless at this point for recently realizing that I (as a “FULL TIME” Area H resident for over 20 years) did not have a vote, or was even notified that there was a petition circulating...as to whether or not Area H should get their own vote regarding the pool.

Dear Editor;

I feel powerless at this point for recently realizing that I (as a “FULL TIME” Area H resident for over 20 years) did not have a vote, or was even notified that there was a petition circulating…as to whether or not Area H should get their own vote regarding the pool.  At first, I was angry…realizing there is little one can do now, as it seems too late in the game.  Then, I realized that by being angry I am giving my power away to Mr. Hope our Regional Director who is supposed to represent all of us.  It seems as though Mr. Hope has stacked the deck, then, built his own house of cards, that will inevitable be blown over by the winds of the upcoming election, I’m sure.  As it is a natural and direct consequence when one converts to running a one man show as opposed to being a team player and democratic politician.  So I will wait…and vote for the one whom has the best interest of the whole community at stake…one who will be just and fair, one whom will be a team player.  If you are an Area H resident that feels the same…please make sure you get out to vote in September for the pool and in November for a new Area H Director.

 

 

Karen Beaupre

Princeton, B.C.

 

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