Whew! Now will have some real intelligence and common sense from the “Love Canal” city councilor
We can all breathe a collective sigh of relief. One of our most intelligent and insightful civic leaders is going to stir up the mud on the Agricultural Farm with a public hearing. You know I like a civic politician who can say “no” to toxic land reports and build a school playground on right on top of arsenic and old lead. You’ve got to admire that kind of stupidity and patronage. Liberal Minister Ronnie McKinley willing to poison children for profit
Next thing you know, old Mitch will be arming the locals, taking to the barricades along Belvedere Avenue or maybe leading a posse out to Scotchford. No siree Bob, none of them natives gonna settle in our city. We got toxic land, high taxes. The last immigrants, and the only immigrants Charlottetown needs, were the Lebanese, even if some of the grandchildren have an IQ below 80. Don’t sweat it: every city has one or two neanderthals in city hall.
I have a question. Is “The Staff” at the Guardian a pen-name for “this is a truly bad story no one wants to admit they wrote” ? They used the same writer for the lie about how unemployment improved last month.
Mitchell Tweel has called a public meeting on the future of the experimental farm
BY STAFF The Guardian
A Charlottetown city councillor has called a public meeting on the future of the experimental farm.
Coun. Mitchell Tweel will hold the meeting Wednesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. at Birchwood junior high school in Charlottetown.
Tweel said the experimental farm has an historic and significnat (1) importance to the citizens of Charlottetown and all Islanders. He believes the farm’s future can be an everlasting legacy for future generations to come.
One possibility, he suggested, is designating the experimental farm as a National Historic Site.
“It is essential that citizens have the opportunity to come together to express their recommendations and suggestions for the future direction of the farm,”?said Tweel.
“We have to be very careful and tread cautiously to ensure that the general members of the public are able to participate in carving out a vision for the farm.”
Note 1- that’s a spelling mistake but I’ll be dammed if I fix spelling mistakes at the Guardian. First I make enough of my own without 25 people to help me. Second I got a big enough job spotting the lies they print every day. There’s only so much a boy can do.