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Letters of the week

To the editor: Re: "Lowering speed limit won't stop jaywalkers," July 27. Even the police and the most casual observer agree that the problem on Hastings is not the cars driving but the local residents randomly and blithely crossing the street.

Port 'misguided' in reducing truck access routes

To the editor: Re: "Keep trucks off Clark Drive, we've suffered enough," Letters, July 22.

RANT/RAVE (Aug. 4)

Put this in your pipe Re: Take a toke on this, WE, July 28. Mr.

Things not to say to city council at a public hearing

First hint: don't bemoan your property values

Vancouver park board deceit achieves 'green' goals at Beaver Lake

Taxpayer cash dumped on Beaver Lake, Jericho Wharf

Sun shines as usual on Pride

Some advice for anyone planning a wedding or large event in Vancouver and hoping for good weather, find out the dates for Pride weekend and make your plans accordingly.

City council's 'jamming' Shannon Mews process

To the editor: Re: "'Neighbours' seek to stall council rezoning decision," July 20. There are some issues of context regarding my statements in the Courier article on the Shannon Mews development.

Beach Towers development 'luxury, not affordability'

To the editor: Re: "West End residents rally against rezoning," July 22. I am amazed the city is still considering the Beach Towers rezoning application under the STIR program.

Beach Towers development 'luxury, not affordability'

To the editor: After bestowing Beach Towers with category A heritage merit in the mid-1990s, the planning department now endorses destruction of its key heritage feature: the white quartz, sawtooth-patterned terraces that overlook the ocean and sculp

Letter of the week

To the editor: Re: "Class division scheme spreading across globe," July 22. The reasoning that the CEO of B.C. Ferries deserves his stupendous enumeration, else some corporation will lure him away with more pay, makes sense in ways I don't like.