Saanich wants change

I was extremely angry and disappointed after reading Coun. Saunders letter to the editor regarding amalgamation

I was extremely angry and disappointed after reading Coun. Saunders letter to the editor regarding amalgamation from the July 31 edition of the Saanich News.

My vote in the 2014 election was for amalgamation. The strong positive response of the electorate to the mischievous ballot question posed by the previous council was for an amalgamation study.

There was no other way to express the desire for amalgamation except to vote yes. The citizens of Saanich voted for change in 2014 and it is about time that the incumbent councillors stopped their obstructionist behaviour.

Gordon Rowland



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