A bold prediction about Kutenai Landing

I predict the Kutenai Landing permits are renewed for the new owners with a 4-3 vote at city council

I predict the Kutenai Landing permits are renewed for the new owners with a 4-3 vote at city council: Dooley/Adams/Macdonald/Kozak vs. Cherbo/Kiss/Batycki. I would like to be proven wrong.

Donna or Deb, you are the best prospect for a mind change. Do not buy the argument that “the community does not need another divisive debate like last time.” The division is real. You do not make it happen. But if you uphold the permits, you merely endorse the winners of a previous battle. That fight is now ancient history and ought not to be allowed to commit us.

We have a fresh chance for wisdom. Please embrace it.

Charles Jeanes

Nelson

 

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