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MORE EXCITING COVERAGE OF MUNICIPAL INFRASTUCTURE DEBATES, PLEASE

Thanks to Stephen Whitworth for his editorial “Soggy-Ass Shenanigans” in the July 11 Prairie Dog.

We appreciate the coverage you have given to the waste water treatment plant petition. It is an important issue not only for us but for many other communities in the times to come.  Although thousands signed here in Regina, it was being sabotaged by the city clerk’s office, probably under orders or encouragement from the city leaders. Many of us hope that you will continue to follow the story.

Thanks
Carl Cherland, Regina

Editor’s note: Sabotage fail, referendum on! Good job everyone. /Stephen Whitworth

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