Friday April 18, 2014

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A chilling tone of cynicism



Big George is obviously very exciting to a little band of cheerleaders in Lower Gibsons. Is the giant condo tower that's part of the package good news too?

Why don't we stick the tower elsewhere rather than on the marsh? I could offer a solution, but it may be rude, so instead how about up the hill, a space much more appropriate for giant condo towers?

As for the whole dismissive "oh let's not live in the past" comment from council, wake up, the trend now is not big, it's thoughtful integrated architecture, big towers are from the last few decades-with remorse. So yes let's look at the future and actually be more innovative and conscientious. Considering the lack of decorum and dismissive tone from some at council last Tuesday I feel this falls on deaf ears, and that a chilled tone of cynicism has set in on this sweet town.

Georgina Brandon




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