Class action suit required

Dear Editor:

Well, that really tears it.

The mayor and City Council members have decided to run roughshod over the rights of the majority of the taxpayers in the city, and ink a deal with commercial interests to dispose of a significant lakefront section of Skaha Lake Park for 29 years.

And all of this without a business plan and financial guarantees. It seems that there may be a case for legal action against the City and individual councillors.  Perhaps the people who donated money to support structures in the park, or people who paid for the planting of memorial trees have cause for legal action?

Perhaps the people of Penticton have cause for a class action law suit. I for one would be willing to contribute.

Wayne Schafer

Penticton