Letter: Quit whining and build a West Kelowna city hall

It is time to move forward in West Kelowna, and quit the backward thinking, whining and whimpering on any project for the Westside.

To the editor:

It is time to build a new city centre in Westbank.

We have elected city councillors, who have approved a practical and affordable complex, including a properly designed city hall, in the correct central location

of Westbank.

It is time to move forward in West Kelowna, and quit the backward thinking, whining and whimpering on any project for the Westside.

If anyone is dissatisfied, get off your retired butts, and run for city council.

Build a city hall, build it properly, and build it now.

It is time to get rid of the “portable temporary trailer” mentality in West Kelowna.

Ron Ganczar, West Kelowna

 

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