Read the Capital News, Walter

Kelowna Mayor Walter Gray clearly does not know or just does not care about our city and its horrid state overall.

To the editor:

Walter Gray should attempt to try and read a Kelowna Capital News every now and then, (letters to the editor to be specific), as he clearly does not know or just does not care about our city and its horrid state overall.

I have read many articles calling out our sad sack of a mayor the past few months yet nothing is getting done to fix the problems addressed by so many. He, Walter, obviously does not care or concern himself with such letters.

I am really hoping the voters will notice this and not re-elect him come election time as he is acting like he just does not give a crap about our city and many people’s concerns, hence he is an idiot.

I have read many articles about our city’s poor ranking, many eyesore buildings such as the boarded up graffiti-ridden Mcdonalds and that absolutely disgusting property all fenced up with a ton of weeds and garbage all over the place beside the White Spot on Harvey, the city’s big crime and gang problems here and so on and so on.

Read a paper, Walter. You know, our local newspaper here, and take a minute to listen to the concerns of so many who take pride in our city, something you obviously do not do.

Stop being an idiot.

Nol Preen,

Kelowna

 

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