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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jul 29 2009

Ed. note: this column is half of a he-said/she-said exploration of the current conflict between the RDCK and the City of Castlegar. For a glimpse of the flip side of this particular coin, check out Out of Left Field by Kyra Hoggan. And don't forget to share your views and comments – your opinion is always welcome!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jul 29 2009

Ed. note: this column is half of a he-said/she-said exploration of the current conflict between the RDCK and the City of Castlegar. For a glimpse of the flip side of this particular coin, check out Out of Left Field by Kyra Hoggan. And don't forget to share your views and comments – your opinion is always welcome!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jul 29 2009

Ed. note: this column is half of a he-said/she-said exploration of the current conflict between the RDCK and the City of Castlegar. For a glimpse of the flip side of this particular coin, check out Out of Left Field by Kyra Hoggan. And don't forget to share your views and comments – your opinion is always welcome!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jul 29 2009

Ed. note: this column is half of a he-said/she-said exploration of the current conflict between the RDCK and the City of Castlegar. For a glimpse of the flip side of this particular coin, check out Out of Left Field by Kyra Hoggan. And don't forget to share your views and comments – your opinion is always welcome!

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

by Andrew Zwicker on Wednesday Jul 22 2009

To try and keep it as simple as possible over the Celgar issue, I think all parties involved would agree that both sides have legitimate cases to be made over this issue. The city needs to maintain its largest single source of revenue while at the same time helping make sure said revenue source is a healthy, functioning, citizen-employing and profiting business.

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