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Letters to the Editor

Increase in FOIP requests costs taxpayers

Dear Editor, How very disappointing to see Rocky View County (RVC) administration has been compelled to approach council with a request for increased funding to hire more personnel to deal with the recent onslaught of FOIP (Freedom of Information) re

Former councillor concerned with council decision

Dear Editor, As a former Rocky View County (RVC) councillor, I was disturbed to witness the complete disregard of residents’ concerns displayed by my successors at the Feb. 12 council meeting.

Thank you for generous support

Dear Editor: When Airdrie Meals on Wheels put the plea out publicly just before Christmas, many people were very quick and generous to lend their financial support.

County Plan vs. councillors' plan

Dear Editor, In redoing the County Plan, the current council majority clearly demonstrated its disdain for public input or public good. The County Plan had the greatest amount of public input of anything ever held in Rocky View County (RVC).

Farcical actions from councillors

Dear Editor, Rocky View County’s Jan. 22 council meeting hit an all-time low when councillors attempted to make motions about the County Plan before hearing administration’s report.

Disappointed by councillors decision

RE: “ Due diligence absent ,” letter, Jan. 8. Dear Editor, I am writing in response the letter written by Rocky View County Couns. Jerry Gautreau, Kevin Hanson, Crystal Kissel and Samanntha Wright.

Development could be cause of coyote problem

RE: “ Local coyote problem escalates ,” article, Dec. 27, 2018.

Critique of council unfair

RE: “Disappointed with council decision” letter, Dec. 13, 2018. Dear Editor, I would like to comment on the Dec. 13, 2018 letter from Ron Roffel. I understand his frustration at the 8.

Due diligence absent

Dear Editor, At the Dec . 11, 2018 Rocky View County (RVC) council meeting, four councillors attempted to slow down the hiring of RVC’s new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Al Hoggan. Our reasoning was simple – proper process wasn’t followed.

RVC residents, not Nenshi, should be offended

Dear Editor, On Dec. 11, 2018, Rocky View County (RVC) council voted unanimously to ask Alberta Environment (AE) to halt a controversial flood mitigation project west of the City of Calgary.