Letter: Tolls on our roads: ‘Have you guys gone nuts?’

Why don’t you get the transit improved so it covers all the city and allows people to get to work on time?

To the editor:

I couldn’t believe you guys are thinking on putting tolls on some of our roads.

I don’t know what kind of weed you are smoking but I think you are all out to lunch. Why don’t you get the transit improved so it covers all the city and allows people to get to work on time?

Why don’t you get after someone from Victoria to get the friggin’ highway out of the center of our city?

I know you love bicycling but what are we supposed to do in our senior years and we don’t bike anymore?

With the stupid ideas coming out from all your council I am sure going to have to think real hard time supporting you next election.

Wally Rowney, Kelowna


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