LETTER: Homeless camp tramples on taxpayers’ rights

Regarding the homeless camp at Regina Park, what happened to the rights that the taxpaying citizens have? I am so fed up with hearing about the homeless rights and how they’re not understood, etc.

Get them out of there! Saanich has dropped the ball big time on this and I hope people remember this next election. Crissy Brett? Who is she? She definitely thinks she’s someone important and she’s nothing more than an arrogant mouthpiece, and the worst thing the media and police can do is give her all the publicity that she thrives on. Ignore her!

Most of these people have made their choices and it’s time they lived with those choices and took responsibility for themselves.

Bob Gracie

Saanich

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