Turn off the funding tap

There doesn’t seem to be an end in sight with the recent approval of bike lanes on Shelbourne

There should be an investigation into why Saanich has the second highest spending per capita in B.C. And there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight with the recent approval of bike lanes on Shelbourne.

Somebody has to turn the tap off.

No doubt the Wilkinson bridge project will also fall further behind schedule and over budget due to snow in December.

That should be good for another month or two delay.

D. Garner

Saanich

 

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