‘Ever heard of dropping an idea that doesn’t work?’

Dear editor,

Comox council has implemented their great plan of a one-year (trial) recycle plan and six months later they are increasing it.

Dear editor,

Comox council has implemented their great plan of a one-year (trial) recycle plan and six months later they are increasing it.

Garbage fees are going up on the organics/yard waste collection program.

Ever heard of dropping an idea that doesn’t work, is too costly or should we flog a dead horse like the water meters because council said so?

Not every idea is a great hit and when our council finally sees this, there is no opting out or recourse for the taxpayer. Our sewer service is going up also but not because of Comox growth but outside our boundaries.

Get more tax from Courtenay. We don’t get a referendum like area A, B, C voters do for dumb regional district ideas of garbage collection or water meters but we do get to vote in the next municipal election.

Paul Lachapelle,

Comox

 

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