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NELSON: Pay Port Moody councillors more and make them full-time

NELSON: Pay Port Moody councillors more and make them full-time

FACE TO FACE: Should Port Moody city councillors get a pay raise? P ort Moody city councillors are looking for a raise. They should give themselves one.
'Disgusted' at Gordon Price's 'attack' on Jordan Bateman

'Disgusted' at Gordon Price's 'attack' on Jordan Bateman

The Editor, Re. "The Bateman strategy: Kill TransLink & reg. vision" (Opinion, The Tri-City News, Sept. 6). I'm disgusted at Gordon Price's attack on Jordan Bateman of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Some Brunette traffic relief, please

Some Brunette traffic relief, please

The Editor, So you are sitting in your car or truck or on one of the five bus routes that travel Brunette southbound in Coquitlam.
COLUMN: B.C. government has bad case of cold feet on civic election change

COLUMN: B.C. government has bad case of cold feet on civic election change

W hales have shorter gestation periods. For the third time since the Local Government Elections Task Force tabled its report, the B.C. government has been stricken with a case of cold feet.
Port Moody councillor owes mayor an apology

Port Moody councillor owes mayor an apology

The Editor, Somebody has to say something. At Tuesday night's Port Moody committee of the whole meeting, Coun. Rick Glumac called Mayor Clay "cowardly." Coun. Glumac's comment was way out of line. Port Moody deserves better.
RADIA: Port Moody's population doesn't support a pay raise for council

RADIA: Port Moody's population doesn't support a pay raise for council

FACE TO FACE: Should Port Moody city councillors get a pay raise? S hould Port Moody city councillors get a raise? According to reports, some councillors are looking to increase their salaries to bring in line with the compensation packages of their
Tri-Cities community must come together to feed hungry kids

Tri-Cities community must come together to feed hungry kids

The Editor, Re. "1,000 school-age kids going hungry" (The Tri-City News, Sept. 6).
Problems with arguments about Trudeau's pot usage

Problems with arguments about Trudeau's pot usage

The Editor, Re. "Is it a big deal that Liberal leader Justin Trudeau smoked pot?" (Face to Face, The Tri-City News, Sept. 6). While Face to Face columnist Andy Radia raises some good points, I couldn't agree more with columnist Jim Nelson .
Many thanks to Coquitlam city workers

Many thanks to Coquitlam city workers

The Editor, Kudos to our city's workers. Thanks to the clerical, planning, engineering and inspecting staff who helped my husband and I as we constructed an addition to our house over a series of years. Their information and advice was invaluable.
RADIA: The potential prime minister on pot? No way

RADIA: The potential prime minister on pot? No way

FACE TO FACE: Is it a big deal that Liberal leader Justin Trudeau smoked pot? I n the past, I've used this space to write in favour of legalization of marijuana.