If the Salvation Army, along with the city, had bought the land for sale by the building where they have offices and a store, they could have built a co-ed building with a place for buggies and those who can’t sleep inside, as well as a place to shower, do laundry and eat.
It could have easily been done, not costing loads of money. But now we are paying people to think what can be done. As normal in Canadian politics, we need to spend more money before the project even begins.
Joanne Roe, Abbotsford