Opinion

No music to these ears

Clang. Dong. Some communities complain about the occasional Cessna flying overhead, Clang. Dong.

Oh well you can’t stand in the way of progress. Clank. Bong.

Parksville doesn’t give up her sand box easily, especially with high-rise development on high tide sandy foreshore in an earthquake or tsunami zone. Clang. Dong. Wait until the 20 storey goes in next door. Clang. Takes a lot of steel. Bang. To hopefully hold them up. Clang. Clang.

I guess city council gets what chamber of commerce wants. Dung. Clank.

Lee Brown

Parksville

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