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The main problem with the lack of elector response to an alternate approval bylaw is that people are too easily distracted.

The main problem with the lack of elector response to an alternate approval bylaw is that people are too easily distracted. We notice the advertisement in the newspaper and decide to print and submit the elector response form.

But before we get to the computer to download the form, something distracts us and it doesn’t get done and we forget to do it later.

Now, if you join the no.aap movement, an e-mail with a scanned copy of the AAP bylaw and a copy of the elector response form will be sent to you. Then, whenever you check your email, all the information will be there. If you want to wait, to get a better understanding of the bylaw, then don’t delete the email from your “in” folder. So every time you log on to your email account, you will be reminded.

It is all rather simple, just send an email to and mention the CVRD area and/or town you reside in. This information is then entered into a database.

Unless your email address contains your name, no last name, address or phone number will be shown on the database. Then whenever a new AAP bylaw is launched, affecting your area and/or town, you will be informed by mass BCC e-mail.

So even if you are a snowbird, a summer cottage owner or an absentee landlord, you will be notified.

The rest is now up to you.

Join right away before you get distracted.


Hubert Crevels

Lake Cowichan

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