“I’m a zit get it” Planning Dir Epp thinks he can OVERRIDE City Councils majority decision PROHIBITING GAMING FACILITIES by tonight RECOMMENDING the city Adopts Zoning Amendments to Clarify that “Gaming could be Permitted through (Neighbourhood) Site-Specific Zoning.” His Animal House antics should be grounds for dismissal!


When you have an upstart OCP Director of Planning willing to OVERTURN and IGNORE city council decisive stay in prohibiting gaming facilities in all neighbourhoods!  Proves just how underhanded our mayor and city planning department have all become.  Undermining our community neighbourhoods calling them callously “site specific”.  #thejigisup

We have 3 city councillors: “neighbourhood site specific” Buchanan, Back, Keating and the mayor tied to a financially strapped double dipping donor Darwin Properties project that will ultimately destroy and up-heave a neighbourhood with EIGHT YEARS of construction!  And we have 3 city councillors: Bookham, Bell and Clark proposing to spend over $160 million on a MegaRecDome with insufficient monies in their HJ coffers!

There isn’t one financial institution in the world that would finance either one of these projects – otherwise they would have.  This squandering of taxpayers money has to stop, but how I have no idea unless there is a mass peoples revolt which I am in no way thwarting, yet.  A triple whammy right smack dab in the face of every city taxpayer!  Perhaps the only way to stop this crafted density madness is by NOT RE-ELECTING any of these city councillors in October.  #OustAllCityCouncillors

And then with a new hopefully untainted city council in place (and new city planning director) perhaps roadblocks can be set up making these projects nonviable or at least abbreviated as they will both be in very early financially unsecured stages of development. 

First and foremost after the new city council has been elected, it should consider putting these projects in escrow, suspending our OCP – and maybe doing a little city planning house cleaning… The sale of cannabis is inevitable but the city’s tax revenue share will not be enough to finance one never mind both projects financial shortcomings.

And this is where the mayor’s largest gaming donor, Tom Nellis comes out from behind the greased curtain and embraces the mayor and his three despicable indebted team slate councillors and count me in: Councillors Bookham, Clark and Bell. “I knew I could count on you all to do whatever it would take in order to build my casino. …moo-waah” #KissOfDeath

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Is Density Darrell about to bet against the odds and forever cement his infamy er legacy?


With so little new business being offered by city council since the new year, one should wonder what’s going on.”  Could it be we really have run out of real estate and all that is really left for our mayor’s “Grinch” legacy is where to put his campaign IOU Tom Nellis’ and BCLC’s casino.  But just where do you put it with so few options left available… maybe for starters one of the following options: “A” or “B”.

And lest we forget the casino has already been democratically knocked out in a 5 to 2 decision in a 2015 city council meeting.  The overturning of a defeated casino can only further seal our mayor’s Napoleonic infamy – his “I.O.U. Waterloo.”


And keep in mind wannabe mayor Linda Buchanan was one  of the city councillor’s who changed her vote, largely because the new proposal isn’t related to the Shipyards or any other public (Presentation House) lands. Buchanan: “The previous application was very specifically wanting to go on public property and we were very adamant, and I’m still very adamant, I would not support anything being on our waterfront.”  Thereby this option is not in the cards for councillor Buchanan who received a campaign donation from Pinnacle aka RPGM De Cotiis family and K&T Properties Tom Nellis and from oh so many more developers she indebted herself.  http://contributions.electionsbc.gov.bc.ca/pcs/lepublished/100122857.pdf



And how could I not… move over “rap crap”

April 2016 abridged edition…


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