Beaconsfield needs leadership to solve the major health issue that hurts one third of its population.
Follow this link, this situation is very similar to that of Beaconsfield because, in both cities, the administration hides behind the procedures and refuses to publicly acknowledge the existence of the problems caused by the situation instead of doing its duty : support the mitigation measures to protect the health [or life] its citizens.
Here are some relevant quotes:
“Rather than simply voting to build the sidewalk [anti noise barrier], elected officials decided to adopt a loan by-law. This process opened the door to a referendum.”
“You claimed to follow the path of democracy, but in reality it was to avoid facing your duty. Because you had a duty towards the coroner’s report, the parents of Anaïs and the safety of pedestrians in your village, ”Ms. Larochelle [the mother of the little girl] wrote in a letter sent to elected officials”. Shame on you.”
“The municipality and the MTQ are passing the buck a bit and no one is exercising the expected leadership“
That’s EXACTLY what our mayor is doing and, on top of that, he brags that it is a democratic process !!!
HOW MUCH FOR THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF 6,000 CITIZENS OF BEACONSFIELD?