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I’m thrilled a public advisory group of locals has urged raising the Cowichan Lake weir
We are concerned about just how many people are going to ultimately make this decision.
Unless the proposed CHA promises bulletproof results I’ll be voting against the proposed tax
Fact: the City of Duncan will lose its $500,000 annual Small City grant if we amalgamate.
I can state with certainty that no predictable benefit or cost savings
The best way to prepare for a lower cost, more effective government environment is to amalgamate
In the past few months many micro-transmitters have been installed in the City of Duncan.
The covenant of T.W.U. does not specifically discriminate against anyone
Regardless of soil type your compost will benefit enormously with the addition of clay.
Yet, despite the reality of the numbers, we persist in painting seniors as a “problem to be solved”
It’s the third level, Love and Belonging, that I wonder about most these days.
The Cowichan Water Use Plan was unveiled at a meeting in Lake Cowichan on June 11
We are also very distinct and extremely proud of what makes us different.
The reality is that amalgamation never, ever saves money.
Duncan residents will pay more for water and sewer.
The City of Duncan is a distinct community itself, unlike any other in the Valley.