Shame on Warfield council

"I am absolutely sick about the Warfield in camera decision to withdraw from our Greater Trail Community..."

I am absolutely sick about the Warfield in camera decision to withdraw from our Greater Trail Community (recreation and culture agreement).

More than the issue of money or the inconvenience of collecting reimbursements from the village is the sneaky way this was done, with out public discussion or a community vote.

I have lived in Warfield for over 40 years and never heard a single neighbour object to contributing their tax dollars to support a public library.

Most distressing is the participation in Greater community breakdown, lack of good-natured cooperation, and attack on good citizenship.

I was involved in the original construction of the Aquatic Centre. My name, along with that of many Warfield residents, is on the pool wall; I along with other villagers raised funds as a Friend of the Library.

I never dreamed it would come to this.

Shame on you, council!

Virginia CloverWarfield

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