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Friday, September 30, 2022
Letter: Unsightly bike bollards wouldn’t be allowed in Old Town
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Dear editor:

We went from absurd to flat-out parking control terrorism in one week.

If solving a non-existent problem by carpet bombing Four Mile Creek Road with no parking signs wasn’t enough for the parking control bureaucrats, the arrival of an eyesore obstacle course of posts hammered into both sides of the roadway must be absolute parking control heaven.

Who is behind this Region of Niagara project – and why is this escalation necessary – and why does the Old Town-centric NOTL council sit idly by allowing this parking absurdity to escalate?

It is clear to anyone living in St. Davids that this eyesore parking terrorism could never happen in Old Town.

As James Webber wisely stated in an excellent recent letter to the editor on a similar topic, this would never have happened “if the residents of St. Davids had proper representation on council.”

Adriana Cater Vizzari, a resident of St. Davids, is running in next month’s election. Webber  said she has his vote.

And she’ll have mine, too.

Robert Troutbeck

St. Davids