Change for the better

In a recent letter to the editor (Penticton Western News, Sept. 30, Nothing wrong with change) the writer decries the fact that so many are against change at Skaha Park. He, himself is apparently calling for change for “change’s” sake.

If change isn’t for the better, why change at all? We are not “so into ourselves” that we see the proposed change as threatening; we see it as threatening because we don’t want any public park turned into a private, profitable business.

As for living in the past, most of us would sure prefer that to a profit-driven, privatized park future.

Joy Lang