Lot access indeed restricted

My letter clearly states that one cannot access the Safeway lot traveling west on 104 Avenue. I am correct.

Regarding Ruth Reiter’s letter stating I was wrong regarding getting into the Safeway parking lot, I am sorry to say I must burst her bubble.

My letter clearly states that one cannot access the Safeway lot traveling west on 104 Avenue. I am correct. There is no turning left from 104 Avenue onto the lot.

Certainly, if you are going east on 104 Avenue, you can turn into the lot.

Also, travelling north on King George Boulevard, the only access to Safeway, is to turn into a narrow lane behind Safeway, and access the lot from City Parkway.

I really wonder why Ruth thinks the city did something right by severely restricting access to the Safeway lot. The traffic light on 104 Avenue and City Parkway is fine, but my complaint regarding the light at 104 Avenue and 142 Street still stands.


Derek Coughtrey, Surrey

Surrey North Delta Leader

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