Letters to the Editor

Bysuggestions, not bylaws

Re: PNR editorial April 24.

Let’ s get a few things straight. The District of North Sanich is not in the middle of anything. The District should not be siding with anyone. It’s not difficult. It’s not about being fair.

All laws require enforcement and enforcement costs money. Where there is a dispute between the District and a resident a possible court case may ensue, so what. That is the nature of law and laws aren’t notional.

If we’re not going to enforce bylaws let’s call them bysuggestions to be accurate.

Wayne Neville

North Saanich

 

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