First, I must say, "lifesyle" is very important when choosing a mayor.
James Crosty is playing residents as fools in the Quay neighborhood. Misleading them into his idiotic train calming scheme, that is a pipe dream. Residents in the Quay knew there were trains; they all had to cross tracks to purchase there properties.
Geez, the trains were there long before Crosty was even born.
Quay residents are not stupid, Mr. Crosty.
James Crosty is quoted as saying, " A good place to start are trains," so it clearly seems to me that it's his first goal and priority, proving he is only focused on "his own backyard."
Mayor Wayne Wright was dead on in saying (Crosty) "is more of a negative person than me," which in my opinion rings absolutely true.
Crosty has a history of chasing negative issues and blowing them way out of proportion with his alarmist style, then ultimately getting nowhere.
May I suggest to you, James Crosty, that when Mayor Wayne Wright succeeds in his in his fourth term, you take a liking to him, and learn something from him, and save your campaign funds until the following election, then I hope if I could have it my way, I would hope to keep Wayne Wright again.
If he decides to go to Australia, I wish him well - though then I would get on the bandwagon to nominate Robert Osterman, who has long-term positive, experience working alongside His Worship Mayor Wayne Wright.
Not you, Crosty, you scare me!
Sandra Jaser, New Westminster