Support for water project

I have taken the time to educate myself on the city’s proposed water project and feel that I can fully support the project.

I have taken the time to educate myself on the city’s proposed water project and feel that I can fully support the project.

I applaud the city for looking at options that will cost me less.

As a young family, it is important that my city is as fiscally responsible as I am.

It is also important that my city builds the infrastructure needed so that my children can grow and prosper in this community, just as we have.

One of the main opponents of the partnership project is the union sector.

They have their own interests and agenda that I hope everyone can see through.

They want to secure more high-paying jobs.

The private sector should be used to benefit the city and this should be explored more and more as a way to fund projects and keep the financial impact on taxpayers to a minimum.

This is an important issue for our community.

I hope everyone takes time to do research on this project and come to their own conclusions.

However, I support this project and the benefits that it will bring to Abbotsford.

Denise Friesen

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