Posted in Conversion, Hillbilly, UBID

This is What You Want More of?

VOTE YES for conversion

Advance poll on Tuesday, Nov. 17, with general voting day set for Saturday, Nov. 28. Voting time each day occurs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Union Bay Community Hall.

Get the facts. UBID Conversion Study. https://drive.google.com/file/d/18ACMKEZt4RUsnW9wu6K-Qn5TvXVX-GyB/view

This is the beginning of the end. You want more years of this?

Godfrey presenting petition in June 2015, the same month he’s identified as a KIP representative and threatening legal action by landowners if the Board doesn’t give KIP an extension on the expired 2011 WIA. NOTE: These guys never bothered to obtain any legal advice which resulted in the upheaval in the community and division for months. Imagine threatening legal action because the board wouldn’t comply with an illegal action? Who ended up paying in the end?

Oct. 2016 when Rick Bitten, Lone Jednorog and Ted Haraldson planned and executed a disruption of an All Candidates Meeting that they were afraid to attend and actually answer questions.

This the the first official board meeting of the newly elected trustees. Not one of them has experience as a trustee. A petition is presented to the board requesting Union Bay become a service area of the Regional District. Motion made by Elliott to table it until next board meeting – Dec. 2016 motion carried.

Here’s what happened with that petition at the next board meeting. Loxam claims the petition was brought up during an in camera meeting and he doesn’t think it should be discussed until the next in camera meeting. NOTE: the petition does not fall under the criteria for an in camera subject. They were just too spineless to state publicly why they refused to act on it. At the end Bitten says “What a waste of time”. Right off the bat he displayed his disinterest in the position he campaigned for. They voted against a motion to form a committee of landowners to determine the pros and cons of joining the CVRD. Denied landowners the opportunity to obtain information. These same people do not want the landowners to have a democratic system of government that is accountable and transparent. It’s just not allowed in Union Bay.

Feb. 2017, landowner asked about becoming a service area. Chair Jacques says: “The CVRD doesn’t want anything to do with UBID.  They didn’t want to get stuck with a system that requires nothing but money and a lot of work to get into place.”

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