Com­plain­ers should stop com­plain­ing

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

Re­gard­ing de­bris be­ing washed ashore on Is­land beaches, I think com­plain­ers should stop com­plain­ing.

High tides wash ashore bro­ken traps with nails stick­ing out, buoys, ropes, plas­tics etc.

Sharp sticks, plas­tic bot­tles, glass, etc. often pop up in the sand.

Should the town of Souris and the P.E.I gov­ern­ment have staff on the beaches ev­ery time the tide comes in or out?

Blame Mother Na­ture.

Eric McCarthy, Sum­mer­side

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