I am responding to D. Gardner’s letter (The News, Sept. 6) only because of the tone of his letter and of the attack on Frank Horner.
I support Frank Horner’s views regarding development in the town of Qualicum Beach. D. Gardner is obviously in favour of the developers.
There are plenty of homes on the market in the town of Qualicum Beach for people who wish to move here without the development of more homes and adding to the problems of sewers and water by expanding the town’s limits.
Teunis Wesbroek has been a conscientious mayor and has kept the boundaries within the existing capabilities of the town’s utilities.
Qualicum Beach is unique, a wonderful place to live and is a well run municipality but it does have its limitations.
When you go to a professional sporting event or to a live concert the doors close when the tickets are sold out. The same principle applies in this situation.
Either purchase an existing household or find another location.