Poor crying KIP supporter.
NOTE: amount of $1.2 million in the above article.
Here’s a novel idea: how about offering the original $17.4 Million as promised? Betcha that would get attention.
Put up or fuck off!
I told Godfrey after he was turfed 4 years ago he is no one just like the rest of us. Get over it – you are not an elected official anymore. Not so nice when you’re on the receiving end is it?
Yes, this former Trustee was involved in the original water agreement with Kensington Island Properties which was negotiated without the knowledge of all five Trustees while the electorate was locked out and refused access to the board meetings from January 2011 to April 2011. For those math challenged folks KIP previously offered $17.4 million dollars for the water system and the board negotiated $1.7 million dollars.
Kensington signs water-treatment deal for Union Bay
Published: April 21, 2011 05:00 PM
Updated: April 21, 2011 05:395 PM
The Union Bay Improvement District and Kensington Island Properties have reached an agreement that will provide water treatment for the community south of Courtenay.
The UBID board of trustees ratified a Water Treatment Infrastructure Agreement Wednesday at its monthly meeting.
“We’re talking about a $1.4-million gift basically to Union Bay,” UBID chair Alan de Jersey said. “It is huge news for the community. It’s been a long time coming.”
Along with KIP, de Jersey credits UBID trustees Dave Godfrey and Denis Royer for making the water agreement happen.
“They were both very instrumental in getting this agreement done,” de Jersey said.
Godfrey and Royer have both announced they will seek re-election to another three-year term, to be decided at the UBID AGM next Saturday.
A freshwater treatment plant for water coming out of Langley Lake is part of Kensington’s plan to develop about 1,000 acres in Union Bay.
KIP vice-president Brian McMahon and the UBID will provide further details at a Monday press conference.
Thankfully, the time ran out on this lousy agreement.
So we have gone from $17.4 Million to $1.7 Million to $1.2 Million. Things can only get better, right?