Letters: Sharp memory will be brought to the polls

Dear Editor,

I admit I was surprised to see Rick Green running for mayor again. Perhaps he believes that we do not remember the controversy that ensued during his one term as mayor from 2008-2011.

Mr. Green lied to his council and the residents of the Township.

I do not believe his pattern of telling untruths has changed in the past three years. He recently stated that he is a Rotarian, however, I have not seen him attend one meeting in the past three years. I also have not seen him participate in any of our celebrated events, like the Special Olympics or Senior Games.

I also recall that Mr. Green did not attend the Douglas Day Celebration of Nov. 19, 2011, the day following his election loss, an event that he was scheduled to emcee and honour our pioneers, the people who built this community.

My memory and pen will be very sharp, come Nov. 15, 2014.

Tim Lounsbury, Langley

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