Public Input Received
The following is input and submissions gathered by the commission through public hearings held during April and May 2015. To view previous input received, click here.
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    Gary Hee, Surrey B.C.

    Prior to 2009, BC residents were swayed to support the Winter Olympics. Misled, we ended investing over 4 billion dollars in cost; we borrowed to invest in the Hwy #1 improvement project; we ignored global warming adversities. With a 3.75 million population count, the massive debt resulted in higher taxes, increased cost, and congestion. Any increase in political seats in the legislature, means increase cost in the governance. Government wages and benefits should be limited. If I could be a successful candidate to win the new proposed seat, my platform would be based on modular structured engineering initiative tried to population needs. In other words, no excessive waste of financial resources and no excessive debt-ridden projects. Furthermore, Incompetence in administration would be unacceptable.

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