Re. "Hall of a change" (The Tri-City News, April 29).
I find it astonishing that after more than a year of planning, at the last minute Port Moody council decided to defeat the bylaw to borrow money to build a new fire hall.
While I agree the referendum turnout was abysmal, in the end, the yes vote was 57.6%.
The plan should have been fully developed before getting to this point. To say, after spending more than a year and $30,000 that the city needs to consider other options is ridiculous. Did council really put a $16-million plan before the public without first considering all of the options?
Jason Hulbert,Port Moody