I live on Surf Circle in Sechelt, and for the last year, my neighbours and I have been living with noise pollution, overload of traffic and, of course, many of us have lost our view. We now have tours, which brings more traffic to our street. We have also lost our neighbourhood.
On Wednesday, May 21, there was a gathering by invitation only. The street was jammed packed with cars and buses full of people who have no idea that they are partying in my community and contributing to the destruction of our neighbourhood.
I am a pensioner on a fixed income and have decided to sell my house, but what has happened is that nobody wants to live across from the monstrosity that Sechelt council decided was better in our neighbourhood.
I have lost the little I had plus my security and quality of life.
Sage Debelle, Sechelt
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