This is getting ridiculous



I completely agree with your editorial of April 26 (“Emergency cuts both ways”). I, like many others, do not mind conserving our water, but this is getting ridiculous. The SCRD must get moving on a new major supply project immediately. No more paddling in the shallows. This is an EMERGENCY and the SCRD has lost control of the situation. Maybe you can tell us the potential legal ramifications you will face when we turn on our taps and get nothing but air!

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R. Pena, West Sechelt

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