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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 2)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  573 more words

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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 1)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  665 more words

Letters To Editor

If no dam then what? - Letter to HB Today

Let’s assume that the dam will not proceed. Where too next? That’s the big question.

Plan Change 6 will still go ahead. It will likely mean that those land owners who currently irrigate will need to change their farming practices so that the Tukituki can meet its minimum flow requirements. 258 more words

HB Today

Forest & Bird decision a dam indictment - Letter to HB Today

It was very encouraging to see that the Forest and Bird appeal has been released. I would have to say that justice has been done. It begs the question though. 114 more words

HB Today

Breech of Privacy - Letter to Dominion Post

You have to wonder what goes on in the minds of some councilors. I attended the HB Regional Council meeting on Wednesday in which Councilors Dick, Hewitt, and Scott complained about receiving 4,000 odd emails. 413 more words

Letters To Editor

Coalition Protests Approval of Four High Capacity Wells

July 19, 2016

Minister Robert Mitchell,

Department of Communities, Land and the Environment

Box 2000, Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

Dear Minister Mitchell:

The Coalition for the Protection of PEI Water has serious concerns about the approval of the Aqua Bounty application to expand their operations in Rollo Bay, and the issuing of permits for the operation of four high capacity wells on June 17. 1,059 more words

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Water for Free

In response to Martin Williams (Water Scheme Facts 25/6/16) I am surprised that he seems to think that ratepayers came down in the last shower of rain. 240 more words

HB Today