Hepner is clearly in over her head

Surrey – The Editor, I’ve had enough of this, Mayor Hepner. As your early term progresses more and more it looks like you are in over your head for this job as mayor of our city.

I never thought I would say that because I spent several hard working hours canvassing to get you elected.

We need more than rhetoric. Show us some solid policy initatives and stop trying to pass the buck. Muttering the word “unbelievable,” Mayor Hepner, is just not good enough.

Also, it was only a few weeks ago your council flatly turned down an appeal from a local youth group for funds to rent a club house. This facility would have been an outlet for youths in our community and would have helped to keep them on the straight and narrow.

What is the plan? We need to know. Residents are not assured things are under control. Show us that something practical is being done.

Orvis Noel


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