Letters from You

We get lots of letters from folks who are passionate about Lantzville. Here’s our policy regarding “Letters from You”:

•    LCN reserves the right accept or reject letters sent to us.
•    LCN supports healthy, informed debate: the lifeblood of a strong democracy.
•    LCN ‘s principle of Respect bans personal attacks.
•    This society does not tolerate direct or indirect attacks, name calling or insults. Such comments will be removed.
•    This is a public forum and not the place for pursuing vendettas or accusations.
•    Disagreements can be expressed without malicious comments.
•    The views expressed are those of the letter writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or official policy of LCN.
•    We do not permit anonymous comments.
•    LCN assumes no liability for any inaccurate, delayed or incomplete information, nor for any actions taken in reliance thereon.

HOW TO DIVIDE A COMMUNITY-Brian Blood

HOW TO DIVIDE A COMMUNITY Councillor Denise Haime dropped a bombshell early on in the proceedings of the marathon (7:00 – 11:15pm) Council Meeting on Monday Feb 26th. Her comments may account for the very sour mood that prevailed for the rest of the meeting and the...

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Coming together-Joan Moody

Coming together In all things there are three sides to a story - my truth, your truth and the real truth. “The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” Oscar Wilde, “The Importance of Being Ernest”. Here are some statistics as a result of the 2016 census that I thought...

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BRIDGE FOR SALE by Brian Blood

BRIDGE FOR SALE B Blood The OCP Review finally came before Council on Dec 18th. The process brought to mind a memorable Council meeting from the past when a consultant made a presentation to the deJong Council about a development proposal and proceeded to give the...

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Know your community-Jack de Jong

KNOW YOUR COMMUNITY The discussions around OCP revision and water agreements by those who have an aversion to change, often tend to towards exaggerations of substance. I think it is understandable given this community is demographically aging. Added is the...

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