Open letter to the Council of the Town of Princeton

Writer wants to know why there is still no signs to direct people to parks.

TOWN COUNCIL – ANOTHER YEAR HAS PASSED…WHEN, WHERE, WHAT and WHY?

When are we going to do it?

Where is the signage?

What is it going to take?

Why hasn’t it happened yet?

What a great summer we had, again with no signage for the water park or the swimming pool.  I have spoken to Council members, a member of the Rotary Club and personelle at Parks and Recreation and the Town Office about this issue over the past several years and what I got “was lip service” or “did this just fall on deaf ears”?

Then we wonder why we can’t get visitors to come in to town.  Many families drive right on by our community not knowing there are picnic areas, a water park and public washrooms readily available to be used and enjoyed.

Please don’t let another beautiful summer go by without signage letting people know about these fantastic community facilities.

Citizen of Princeton,

Gail Davidson

 

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