Coalition to Canada Lands II

I sent the following on July 16, 2009, as a Garden City Lands Coalition Society message to the president of Canada Lands Company, cc-ing the usual parties and more, as I had done a few days earlier. (That message is an earlier post in this blog.)

Dear Mark Laroche, President and CEO, Canada Lands Company:

This morning you will receive the couriered Save Garden City, a thorough presentation about the Garden City Lands and legacy benefit to the community. We have expedited its completion and delivery to you because we anticipate that the renegotiations of the Garden City Property Memorandum of Understanding will proceed in earnest soon.

Save Garden City is about two hundred pages long, with the 1,962-name petition accounting for almost half of that. The presentation is somewhat large, but we have designed it with care for convenient use; for example, it is organized with seventeen tabbed dividers. If you prefer an online version, you can find it at www.gardencitylands.ca/clc.html. While Save Garden City includes nothing labeled “executive summary,” the initial letter to you and the “please read first” preface will serve that purpose.

 We gather from some of our members who have written to you recently that they are more encouraged by your replies than other members were in earlier months. That progression is what we anticipated, especially after the Upton Farm win-win outcome in Charlottetown, but we are still pleased about it. Thank you!

 We look forward to hearing more from you.

 Sincerely,
Jim Wright
President, Garden City Lands Coalition Society 

Dear Mark Laroche, President and CEO, Canada Lands Company:

 

This morning you will receive the couriered Save Garden City, a thorough presentation about the Garden City Lands and legacy benefit to the community. We have expedited its completion and delivery to you because we anticipate that the renegotiations of the Garden City Property Memorandum of Understanding will proceed in earnest soon.

 

Save Garden City is about two hundred pages long, with the 1,962-name petition accounting for almost half of that. The presentation is somewhat large, but we have designed it with care for convenient use; for example, it is organized with seventeen tabbed dividers. If you prefer an online version, you can find it at www.gardencitylands.ca/clc.html. While Save Garden City includes nothing labeled “executive summary,” the initial letter to you and the “please read first” preface will serve that purpose.

 

We gather from some of our members who have written to you recently that they are more encouraged by your replies than other members were in earlier months. That progression is what we anticipated, especially after the Upton Farm win-win outcome in Charlottetown, but we are still pleased about it. Thank you!

 

We look forward to hearing more from you.

 

Sincerely,
Jim Wright
President, Garden City Lands Coalition Society

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