Cost of a boat



Reading about the Sechelt budget in last week’s paper (“Projected Sechelt tax hike nears 13%”), I could not believe that council would approve $25,000 for buying a boat and a motor. No mention of maintaining, mooring and operating Darnelda’s boat that will cost the taxpayers a lot of money.

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Maybe I am just old, but it seems common sense is not working very well in Sechelt. What’s next? A wood splitter and trailer?

Helga Kraus, Sechelt

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