A response is expected

1,300 signatures from Princeton to Kelowna are on their way by Express Post to FORTISBC

Dear Editor:

It would be greatly appreciated if you would publish the following information for your readers.

This is to inform your readers that 1,300 signatures from Princeton to Kelowna are on their way by Express Post to FORTISBC  John Walker, CEO & President, BC Utilities Commission  – Len Kelsey Office & Chair, Premier Christy Clark and Minister of Energy and Mines –  Bill Bennett.

Thank you to all who passed the word about these informal and unsolicited petitions. These signatures are sending a serious message that the people of British Columbia will not sit by quietly while FortisBC continues to cause excessive financial hardship by continually increasing our electricity rates, that the Two-Tier System is ludicrous and people are angered with Smart Meters being rammed down our throats.

In a letter addressed to the above mentioned, it is made clear that a response is expected within 30 business days. It is further stated that the ‘replies will be published out of respect for the hundreds of voices to know that you have answered their call.’

Stay tuned folks. There is a feeling that this issue is not yet resolved. Once again, thank you everyone!

Kelly Wheeler, Oliver, B.C.