Council ignores help regarding Veteran’s Drive


To the Editor:

Re: Advocate August 30 Veterans Drive

Ten years this has been going on and what is the decision? Council asked for help and then turned around and ignored it. There was traffic on that street before the residents moved there but they want to inconvenience everyone else to please themselves. I think council is opening a very large can of worms and many future headaches.

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One last point, Re: Deputy Currie’s statement: Emergency vehicles can not break highway traffic rules, flashing lights or not. One way is one way. Stop sign is a stop sign. Red light is a red light.

Research before speaking.

Sterling Corkum

Lock Broom

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Heather Brimicombe
Heather Brimicombe is a Pictou County native and graduate from the University of King's College in Halifax with a Bachelor of Journalism Honours degree as well as a combined major in Sustainability. She has previously won a Canadian Communities Newspapers award for a multimedia feature and was part of a team nominated for a Canadian Association of Journalism data award in the investigative category. Photography, art, sports and outdoor activities are all hobbies of hers as well as crafting, and baking.