Waste of money on roundabouts
While the Premier and government continue to build roundabouts (18 now I believe), most other road issues go unattended (except for the premier’s road of course). The money that has been spent on the bypass, which now has three roundabouts, was expensive to say the least.
The waste of the taxpayers’ money on this project makes no sense at all. The so-called bypass has nothing to do with the real bypass route. The present bypass ends near the water and until we can afford a bridge across we are using this stopgap route. The old existing route was never ideal, but it worked and would have sufficed until we could actually afford to complete the real bypass.
Why didn’t the government save the cost of this project and put the money saved toward the real bypass bridge?
F. Ben Rodgers, Abram-Village