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Thanks for listening council

Thanks for listening council

The following letter was sent to Sechelt council and copied to Coast Reporter.
Passing along ferry frustration

Passing along ferry frustration

The following letter was sent to Rob Clarke, CFO of B.C. Ferries, and copied to Coast Reporter for publication.
Davis Bay: a jewel for walkers

Davis Bay: a jewel for walkers

Editor: Congratulations to the old boys walking club and their dedication to bring forward a recommendation to stop the Davis Bay destruction highway plan.
FAC says no to schedule change

FAC says no to schedule change

Editor: Sunshine Coast FAC expresses strong disappointment with the recently announced B.C. Ferries shoulder season schedule. The local ferry advisory committee has, over the last several years, implored B.C. Ferries to maintain a 5:30 p.m.
Sounds like blackmail to me

Sounds like blackmail to me

Editor: On Sept. 1, I attended the raucous council meeting about Davis Bay. First of all, thank you Coun. Warren Allan for doing a bang-up job covering for the missing mayor.
Thanks council for standing up

Thanks council for standing up

Editor: Re: District votes down Davis Bay highway widening (Coast Reporter, Sept. 3). Thank you to the District of Sechelt council for voting down the left turn lane that was being considered at Highway 101 and Davis Bay Road.
Agriculture needs support

Agriculture needs support

Editor: The Sunshine Coast's capacity to produce food locally is being threatened by Sechelt's draft official community plan (OCP).
A fresh start for SD46

A fresh start for SD46

Alarm clocks were buzzing bright and early Tuesday morning up and down the Coast as students and parents prepared for the first day of the 2010/11 school year.
Less party spin, more opinion

Less party spin, more opinion

Editor: I am compelled to respond to some of the assertions submitted by Garry Clifford (Coast Reporter letters, Aug. 27). Clifford said, "We elect parties to Parliament to carry out the collective wishes of the people.
We can never forget Sept. 11

We can never forget Sept. 11

I can remember Monday morning, Sept. 11, 2001 like it was yesterday. I was in Squamish at the time, getting set for work at our sister paper, The Chief.