Comox Valley Regional District arrogant about water

Dear editor,
Ms. Debra Oakman and her staff should be removed from their position at the regional because of incompetence and arrogance.

Dear editor,

Ms. Debra Oakman and her staff should be removed from their position at the regional because of incompetence and arrogance.

Her refusal and/or inability to provide an itemized water bill are grounds for this action.

The chair of the water board should be more than a figurehead and take a more positive part in the management of the water system.

There is no shortage of water for RD system.

The RD needs to remove the control of the water supply from BC Hydro by developing its own water supply inlet.

Again, Area B users refuse to pay your 2011 water bill until the RD can explain why they are being treated like mushrooms.

Mr. Jim Gillis (regional district Area B director) is well aware of these wrongdoings but refuses to act on behalf of Area B residents.

Stan Hodgson,

Little River

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