Broom busking festival joke?

Busking for broom? I see that the Town of Qualicum Beach is spending our tax dollars wisely once again.

Busking for broom? I see that the Town of Qualicum Beach is spending our tax dollars wisely once again.

While eradication of broom is applauded, the method of leading people like rats to cut it is silly (see Pied Piper). I believe we could do better than what Coun. Neil Horner has proposed.

With the exception of Coun. Bill Luchtmeijer, what are these people thinking? For a moment I thought March 17 was St. Patrick’s Day, not April Fools.

Allan ClarkQualicum Beach

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