Why Is Flooding Not An Emergency? Cullen

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This is a comment from former Bay Councillor Alex Cullen:

The city is in full emergency operations mode, has called this an “historic flood”, has identified five neighbourhoods where flooding is occurring, has contacted the province for disaster relief, but still refuses to call this an emergency. What does it take?

 


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3 thoughts on “Why Is Flooding Not An Emergency? Cullen

  1. Not an emergency because “big Jim” said it’s not. And Big Jim can take care of it. From the same folks who are bringing you LRT.

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  2. Ask all of those in Rockland who have lost their homes, ask those in Rockland, Britannia, Constance Bay who are working desperately to save their own and neighbours homes, many of those homes are being badly flooded. Ask the hundreds of volunteers working to help people in need. There are volunteers in Constance Bay who live in Kanata, Carleton Place, Orleans, they come from all over. Just ask the people of our city … you know them, the ones who pay city salaries.
    No, no emergency here folks … Jimmy’s home is not in danger, this is only affecting the peasants.
    Remember this when the next elections comes around.

    Anne Marie

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