Where there are people, you need washrooms

I am wondering if the city will ever get their priorities straight. We have a very busy park in Red Deer called Bower Ponds and Great Chief Park, which is frequented by a lot of parents with children. I am surprised that there is not one washroom available for the use of these people whose children surely have to go.

I am wondering if the city will ever get their priorities straight.

We have a very busy park in Red Deer called Bower Ponds and Great Chief Park, which is frequented by a lot of parents with children. I am surprised that there is not one washroom available for the use of these people whose children surely have to go.

I think it would be wise to open these rather than paying someone to sit in school zones drinking slushies and reading with their vehicles running and hoping to catch someone speeding.

I don’t believe they catch enough to pay their salaries, which could be better used for cameras that would be a one-time cost and probably cheaper then these high-priced paper hangers.

Maybe the city could pay them to monitor the bathrooms at Bower. I have never had a problem getting to where I need to go but I don’t have to be first, like a lot of the people in town. Please help these people with kids.

Leif Olson

Red Deer