Keep status quo big pipe from Lake On...

Keep status quo big pipe from Lake Ontario to Georgetown

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#1 Nov 30, 2012
Keep status quo
Dear editor,
Re: Nov. 15 editorial Returning home?
With all due respect Mr. Editor, for you to wax nostalgic about reuniting Halton Hills with Milton is nonsense since the 2012 Milton bears absolutely no resemblance to 2002 Milton. This proposed boundary change has nothing to do with turning back the clock, since it will divide Milton into two tiers pitting urban vs. rural and use us as a pawn to achieve that.
Milton deserves to be a riding of their own and we deserve to stay as we are aligned with Rockwood, Erin, Fergus, etc.— towns which all want to retain their small town feel and not to become another of the fastest growing communities in Canada.
What’s next? Editorial support for the big pipe from Lake Ontario to Georgetown as soon as possible?
Loreen Norrie, Georgetown

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