At the November 16, 2017 UBID board meeting, Trustee Susanna Kaljur put forth a motion that was approved by a 3 to 2 vote.
That motion and discussion was 18 minutes and nineteen seconds.
The UBID Admin claims to have accidentally erased 17 minutes of the November meeting. What a coincidence since that 17 minutes was Kaljur’s motion and only 58 seconds appear on the UBID video.
NOTE: Trustee Kaljur received a copy of the letter requesting she resign 3 hours before the meeting last night. The letter was received by UBID on Dec. 8, 2017. Here’s Chair Jacques reading out the letter and Trustee Kaljur’s response (all of which will be included in the minutes of the meeting).
In my opinion, the folks who composed/signed this letter are either really stupid or they are going by the fragmented video provided by UBID which eliminated Kaljur’s motion. I tend to believe it’s the former if past history is any indicator. I can hardly wait to see who the idiots are who can’t follow what’s going on at a meeting and yet are the first to tell everyone else how to think.
My remarks aren’t personal as I don’t know who these goofs are yet. Hope Santa brings them a brain.
Here’s Trustee Kaljur’s public service announcement from Nov. 16, 2017 the authors/signatures are so upset about.
This is what Trustee Loxam wrote to Trustee Kaljur. The moment he sent that email to her – it was her property. These folks want you to ignore the shit that’s been going on behind the scenes and the bullying that is taking place out of the public eye.
Susan I thought the full moon was over. You are like a broken record. The only ratepayers you represent are part of your political CULT. You should put your efforts into pulling this community together instead of tearing it apart. Seeing that you are so heavily involved in the ‘Protect Our Water’ group. why aren’t you and your members putting a huge amount of effort into protecting our water at Langley Lake from Timberlands logging????? It would show that you cared about the community instead of destroying our communities development for our future.