Re. "Hall of a change" (The Tri-City News, April 29).
Interesting. In its wisdom, Port Moody council has decided that the voice of the apathetic majority is stronger than the voice of democracy. That is a strong message to those who take their democratic rights seriously by becoming informed on decisions and expressing their views at the polls.
To preserve, honour and respect democracy is to abide by the decision reached by a democratic vote, regardless of your personal bias. My father fought for that right and I will always speak up to protect it. When our council places such low regard on the democratic process, it is difficult to imagine that the result will be anything less than further apathy.
Valerie Simons,Port Moody