SAVE OUR COMMUNITY FROM UNCARING PEOPLE!
Friday, November 13, 2020
Thursday, October 29, 2020
The world is in a period of hyper population growth.
Remember not too long ago when the world population was 7 billion, that was 2011. We're now over 7.8 billion and climbing rapidly - mostly in other countries across the oceans that protect us.
Usually the rich, skilled and educated come here and they abandon people in their previous country to do so, as they're knowledge and skills are needed at home. Basically a 'see you later Suckers' attitude. Big business, influential developers and speculators take advantage of this wellspring of new immigration waving their converted dollars around because housing here is so 'cheap'.
Mixed together they destroy our future agricultural land, build their crappy houses, tear-up, fill-up and stack themselves into quiet neighbourhoods and upset the economical equilibrium for the long time local residents.
Countries like Canada have to show responsibility and NOT encourage wild growth, they should take care of their own people first, have a sustainable outlook, not one built on growth and MONEY, MONEY, MONEY... Immigration should not be a get rich scheme for underhanded greedy 'Canadians'.
Maybe you think stacking people in buildings like industrial egg laying hens is okay, it's not.
Worry about your kid's future, or your grandkids as more and more people are stacked together. Always keep in mind that large population concentrations can't help but pollute and destroy the world around them, destroy our beautiful country.
Future generations have to live in the mess you create.
And pandering to developers isn't helping - as it stands, the future's looking bleak.
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Jack loves trees!
Waving his gavel, developer apeased...
But when he wants votes,
does he herd Turkey's?
For now loves trees!!
Jack loves trees!
Suddenly Jack LOOOOOOOVES Trees. We all know he cares about us. We aren't just "turkeys to be herded." You have to watch what you say with the mic still on don't you Jack?
Sunday, October 14, 2018
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT SHOULD STAY OUT OF POLITICS!!! CAN YOU IMAGINE IF THE POLICE STARTED POSTING BIG SIGNS TELLING THE WORLD WHO PEOPLE SHOULD VOTE FOR?? THIS IS BIASED, AND MORALLY WRONG.
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Remember when you voted against this Jack?? Remember? You were THE ONLY ONE! It was about public health and YOU voted against it! The welfare of your citizens. It seems you care not about your community.
Apparently, the 'Mayor' Froese isn't satisfied with the democratic process. 'Mayor' Froese wants to bring things back again and again at highly inconvenient, early times when many are on vacation so he can get HIS way. It seems 'Mayor' Froese, would have been a good 'Mayor' in a South American country during the 1980s - he would have fit right in along with his 'corporate' sponsors...
Jack's vote never really counts since he ALWAYS votes FOR DEVELOPMENT. He's still trying to push it through.
Maybe the council should now wait until late September when everyone is not away on vacation. Or is this summertime OCP timing by design?
There still isn't any trust guys. We've learned.
Monday, June 19, 2017
Monday, April 15, 2013...
Whoa! Population spike on a whim!
The population forecast for the area, based on proposed Land Use Designations, is approximately 42,000 people.'
Wow! That is quite the sudden population increase from 36,000!! Or 33,600 or even 32,000 as stated in the questionnaire last time...
Yes, yes, it's just an estimate you say. But if we can't trust you to come up with proper estimates what can we trust you with? If I was managing you, we would be having a little talk behind closed doors.
It makes one wonder if the planning department really knows what they are doing. It also shows an offensively disdainful regard for the residents of Langley, the same residents that you milk for votes and tax revenue.
The people of Brookswood were lead-by-the-nose to view a presentation involving 3 options only! You can't combine or mix, or befuddle, blend, defuse, finesse or slime those carefully manipulated distinct options into any sort of hybrid without us howling blue murder!
Doesn't the planners and politicians understand that we (the present residents and lion share of the property owners, tax payers and voters in Brookswood) Don't want to live in high density.
You did it elsewhere don't do it here!
This gives you the appearance of being money-grubbing, crooked and OBTUSE
I feel a betrayal will be ensured when this thing (which shouldn't have been attempted in the first place) comes down the line...
Oh and by-the-way having almost half of all the undeveloped land mass in Brookswood designated 6 units (houses) per acre is a 150% increase in density compared to what exists presently in Brookswood.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Saturday, February 25, 2017
This community plan update will accommodate population growth in the Undeveloped Areas of Brookswood-Fernridge. (remember when the Frose gang expanded the 'Undeveloped' Areas to more than half of the community) Fig 1 When planning for population growth, defining and locating “centres” that will accommodate a large portion of population growth is a major strategy. Centres are compact places that offer a mix of commercial uses, residential uses, and community amenities. They function as the “heart” of the larger community.
Monday, May 30, 2016
Friday, May 20, 2016
For instance there are vagrants camping out in the park at 208th and Fraser. What are you going to do about it?
Suggestions: Constant lawn mowing at a safe but annoying distance? Unusually frequent health checks? Taiko club practice?
The question is this: is this park the community's park or does it belong to vagrant campers?
Remember the broken window theory. Do nothing and it will always get worse.
Saturday, April 9, 2016
--- Washinghton Post April 8th by Faroll Hamer
Sunday, April 3, 2016
...when the residents of a community don't want or need them...
'Improvements' such as road widening, intersection upgrades, destruction of parks and Township owned vacant land (that are well used by community kids to play in), and some tax payer funded new and expensive facilities that don't always improve the lives of the community, and have to pay for forever.
In fact road widening (such as proposed for 40th Ave.) for the most part just improve the lives of commuters and residents from other areas while destroying the character of a community that residents love. Also making it harder to get from point A to point B due to new medians, barricades and blockages, and shaving off and fencing off parks and school grounds just so people driving through the area can have a passing lane, when many residents just want some sort of traffic calming through the streets they call home. You are just destroying communities while you think you're 'improving' them.
Imagine a four lane highway going past YOUR front yard on 52nd with a major intersection at 248th St. I bet that wouldn't feel good...
I call it Politician 'Bronze Plaque Fever' or 'Surreyfication' - look at what all the sprawling 'Improvements' have done for that city. You have a good example of what not to do just to the west of us, if only you would stop listening so much to the developers and instead honestly listen to the community residents BEFORE the survey tape goes up. After all we are people you must respect and not just planning board markers.
You can't call it 'improvement' when you're shoving it down people's throats...
Have too much tax money? Put it towards building sidewalks traffic calming and maintenance, or study what basements do to a community given the probability of illegal suites and the attending stress on utilities, and congestion. Just a suggestion there. :)
Better yet, these days while the Township is gorging themselves on property tax, put the windfall into investments so you can actually gives the residents a Tax Break when a recession next kicks in again instead of raising the taxes like you did the last time.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The world overpopulating is bad for all of us.
Poorly done people, poorly done.
Friday, January 22, 2016
2. Buying politicians.
3. To keep a politician 'in your back pocket.'