From south of the Fraser River the Delta Optimist reports that despite anything else you may have heard, the Provincial Liberal party want their overbuilt Massey Bridge despite financial, environmental, ecological and river impacts. Indeed former City Councillor of Delta and now MLA Ian Paton states that the bridge is the best option.
“The premier, I believe, recently had a meeting with Malcolm Brodie, the mayor of Richmond. Apparently they are a bit concerned with the design on the Richmond side of the bridge, the interchange and those things,” Paton explained.”
But here is where it gets a little strange. Why did the New Democratic Party and the Greens endorse the 10 year transportation plan by the Metro Vancouver Mayors’ Council? Why did the Liberals not endorse this? Could it be because the plan does not recognize the need for a replacement of the Massey Tunnel?
While Richmond Councillor…
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