Council should get on with business

It is pure conjecture on Councillor McBride’s part to attribute certain motives to Councillor Elsie McMurphy and, therefore, unprovable

Regarding Councillor Conny McBride’s letter (PNR, Aug. 23),

It is pure conjecture on Councillor McBride’s part to attribute certain motives to Councillor Elsie McMurphy and, therefore, unprovable.

But Coun. McBride’s final sentence in her letter to the editor baffles me.

How does she proposed that “council will get on with the meetings” however she rationalizes it?

This kind of behaviour, having councillors walk out of meetings, inevitably delays the District of North Saanich’s business to another day.

Hold on, though.

Isn’t that what Councillor McBride and her cohorts have been complaining about the whole time?


J. Dorman

North Saanich

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