Email letters, January 29, 2013

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Mr. Muldowney, while we are at it why don’t we just make everyone who lives or has a business within, say, one mile on either side of the river just move out. Of course they would be responsible for returning the area to it’s true pristine state. We also need to close D road, there is altogether too much traffic on it and of course there is Haliburton, and the new brewery that will not cause any traffic or pollution from their operation.
I could go on with the list of businesses that would necessarily have to go but I think you get my point.

This entire Brady Trucking affair is about private property rights. I had a business very close to the area thirteen years ago and it was not pretty down there. There are a lot of other businesses in the area that pollute also and nothing is said of their work trucks, vans, etc running in and out and sitting by idling while they load and unload.

Brady has done a great job and have bent over backwards to get along with the city and the neighborhood. They have offered to donate land, build a wall, do the maintenance, and about everything else imaginable. What more do you want? If they are forced to shut down will they be allowed to return the site to same state it was in when they bought it? I am sure the neighbors would much prefer that over what they have now.

Stop the Agenda 21 land grab.

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