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Small things important, too

Dear Editor: If Mr. Wright sees himself as a visionary, he may need to have his eyes tested. While he sets his sights on big projects using our tax dollars, we are tripping over treacherous sidewalks and damaging our cars on potholes.

Crosty is doing a great job advocating for city residents

Dear Editor: Re: Who is this Crosty fellow?, Letters to the edior, The Record, Sept. 16. When I read this letter in The Record last week, I started to laugh out loud.

Where is the truth about pier park?

An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.

Wright gets the job done

DEAR EDITOR: I have made no secret of my support for Mayor Wayne Wright during his original campaign or his successful three terms as mayor of New Westminster. Mayor Wright has the track record of success while his challenger, Mr.

Fines just don't cut it

seize their cars

Voters must decide on mayor's actions

Dear Editor: Re: Wright defends himself, The Record, Sept. 14 The opening salvo in the mayor's "war of words" in the civic election campaign appeared to remind us of the Greek writer/poet Aeschylus who said, "In war, truth is the first casualty.

Mayor's 'visionary' eyesight is failing

Dear Editor: Re: Who's the asteroid, who's the star?, The Record, Sept. 16 If Mr. Wright sees himself as a visionary, he may need to have his eyes tested.

New West needs a positive approach

Dear Editor: An open letter to James Crosty: I believe many people are disenchanted with elections for the exact reason that people running for public office choose to go on a negative attack on the competition instead of presenting a positive positi

Crosty sounds rather crusty

Dear Editor: 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.

'Nightmare' lives for too many kids

It was the Scooby Doo shorts that did me in. Hearing that a Ismall child had been abducted out of the safety of his own B.C.