Letters to the Editor

Sheer frustration of driving Dogwood

I suggest to Coun. Moglove that the statistics are correct in that accidents on Dogwood have been reduced, however, that’s probably because not as many people use Dogwood.

The sheer frustration of driving down Dogwood is such a hindrance that we, along with our friends and associates have stopped using it.  It doesn’t matter who we talk to, everyone complains about it.

So, we all use Birch and Alder Streets and find it much more convenient.

Perhaps the reason for the reduction of accidents is due to the fact that not as many cars use Dogwood.

We agree with Mayor Jakeway that the lights need to be tweaked further.

Judy Campbell

Campbell River

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