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Opposed to the Neptune connector

Opposed to the Neptune connector

Editor: Why do we need another road with a minimum 12 per cent grade? Do we not already have enough? A 12 per cent grade is excessive and greatly compromises safety, especially in winter conditions.
Déjà vu on the Sunshine Coast

Déjà vu on the Sunshine Coast

Yogi Berra, the legendary New York Yankees catcher, has a knack for mangling the English language in a manner that's both funny and appropriate at the same time.
Heat at the Seaside Centre

Heat at the Seaside Centre

Editor: The public consultation on Oct. 7 about the sea walk park was as noisy and contentious as the original meeting about the highways widening at Davis Bay.
Better ways to spend tax dollars

Better ways to spend tax dollars

The following letter was sent to District of Sechelt parks department and copied to Coast Reporter for publication.
Lights coming to North/Reed roads

Lights coming to North/Reed roads

Editor: Further to my letter in Coast Reporter, Oct.
Shame on your HST policies

Shame on your HST policies

The following letter was sent to Premier Gordon Campbell, MP John Weston and MLA Nicholas Simons and copied to Coast Reporter for publication.
Trail building: deer do it better

Trail building: deer do it better

Editor: I lived in West Sechelt for seven years. In 2002, I was lucky enough to adopt a mature black lab retriever.
New laws are Draconian

New laws are Draconian

Editor: Regarding the one-beer lunch stop by the RCMP and the resultant driving ban and vehicle confiscation (Police Report, Coast Reporter, Oct. 8). I would really like to know which retail establishment reported the driver.
Conclusions for Davis Bay

Conclusions for Davis Bay

Editor: The public meeting Oct.
Treatment, not intolerance

Treatment, not intolerance

Editor: Were it not for the regrettable fear-mongering tone of her letter decrying the plans for Cottage Farm (Coast Reporter, Oct.