Monday, February 4, 2013
In this week's Pass Herald, Lindsay Goss does a story here on this on-going confrontation.
Now, I'm not privy to all the details on why a mutually acceptable agreement cannot be reached? I do know that the crux of the problem from what I understand is that the municipality owns the land on which the building owned by the S.P.C.A. sits, and there apparently is the problem.
As owners of the land, the municipality feels they can dictate new ways of doing things to those who feel they have managed things quite well for many a year, thank you very much!
Once again, it seems, our new administration with the backing of council feel the "new improved variety" is the best and the patient should learn to swallow it whether they like it or not. Why must everything be a confrontation with these guys? Why must everything change for what seems like change for changes sake only? Is there nothing that can be left untouched by them? They're like a virus that keeps spreading, infecting everything, destroying healthy tissue leaving death and destruction in their wake. If things work well, why not leave them as they are?
On the other hand, if there are serious problems that most of us don't know about then please enlighten us as to what they are? If not, then leave well-enough alone. Or else we may soon find ourselves paying big bucks for psychiatric bills for our poor little fluffy animal friends who are presently suffering from all this undue stress and distress. We might even have to get one for Lee soon, as she has been looking a little frazzled lately. :-0 :-)
Seriously, settle this matter!
Municipal Peace Officers have picked up a young puppy 6-8 weeks of age. If you are missing your dog please phone (403) 563-8732.
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
This puppy has gone home. Thanks for your help!
Blame is fear in disguise. It is reduced by asking directly for what you want.