Letters

Looking for rainbow reversion

Did those people who persuaded the City to make the rainbow crosswalk ever think of those who (and there are many of them) do not agree to the symbolism of the crossing? It was a waste of taxpayers’ money, dollars that could have been spent on needed projects like pothole repairs, traffic cameras, etc. The council should get its priorities right.

I will not, until the rainbow crosswalk is redone as a normal crossing, do any shopping downtown.

 

John Gibson,

Castlegar

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