Not the time to cut services in Prince Rupert

Following the City of Prince Rupert's public meeting on Wed., May 8, I would like to make my following comments.

Editor:

Following the City of Prince Rupert’s public meeting on Wed., May 8, I would like to make my following comments:

What Prince Rupert needs is to expand its economic growth by expanding its population and business base. For Prince Rupert to be appealing for people to come here to live, work and invest, it is imperative that we have amenities that will entice them to come and stay.

Therefore, it is not the time to reduce services for the recreational facilities including the golf course. These are the qualities of life that people look for when relocating to an area.

Respectfully,

Nancy Eidsvik