I’m no longer a resident of the Municipality of Pontiac, Quyon a place where I called home for 23 years. In my near future I hoped to retire there. I’ve served my community as a firefighter for 17 years and as a municipal councillor for four.
In the Oct. 13 edition of THE EQUITY’S front page, I was shocked to read that the council for the MOP passed a motion to purchase six radar cameras to be installed on Hwy. 148. I have an open question to any member of council who can explain to me or to their taxpayers why in heaven’s name are you using municipal tax dollars to purchase cameras to be installed on property that doesn’t belong to you. I’ve yet to read from any other municipal council meeting minutes along the western part of the 148 who is jumping on board of this ridiculous adventure.
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