Voters want a liveable city, so stop complaining
There is a theme in recent letters that just won’t quit. The constant beating of the drum complaining about parking, bike lanes, traffic calming, Clover Point, Beacon Hill Park, and more.
The writers are saying how we have to elect no-nonsense people to council.
In case they missed it: We just had an election and it seems we elected, quite handily, people wanting a liveable city more than a driveable city.
Are they planning to complain for the next three and a half years?
Victoria has changed, and not for the better
Both of us have spent our lives in Victoria. Growing up and going downtown until about 10 years ago was a fun experience.
A quiet town with lots of shopping, and places to visit like Clover Point and Beacon Hill Park. And there was never a