Example Exposing Fake Article

This is the perfect example of an individual attempting to publish a fabricated article and how easily people like this are exposed. http://www.thecumberlander.ca/show2041a45s/Why_Is_Alan_de_Jersey_Embarrassed
How can he believe no one noticed he proved my point?
Information IS power.

The videos posted at Union Bay Improvement News http://www.youtube.com/user/UnionBayImprovement/videos are to provide information to the public regarding the process and decisions being made on your behalf by those who promised to represent YOUR interests.

I previously provided your government with copies of the videos, but in keeping with their policies - information is not shared.
It is impossible for people to attend all the meetings, and the miniscule information provided in the minutes and the Landowners Update are inadequate.

In keeping with my beliefs - I want all of us to know what's going on. Only videos regarding The Union Bay Improvement District will be posted. More videos will be added to keep information current.


More at: http://allthingsunionbay.blogspot.ca/


law, misappropriation is the intentional, illegal use of the property or funds of another person for one's own use or other unauthorized purpose, particularly by a public official, a trustee of a trust, an executor or administrator of a dead person's estate or by any person with a responsibility to care for and protect another's assets (a fiduciary duty). It is a felony, a crime punishable by a prison sentence.
From 2007 Mail Outs Titled "Fairness In Our Community", and posted on old blog. Still believe it to be true.
Again, if anyone thinks I’ve got my facts wrong. maryreynoldsis@hotmail.com more at http://allthingsunionbay.blogspot.com/ By the way, I’m not auditioning to become a friend etc., so I’m not interested in comments regarding my presentation, style, bluntness, politeness blah blah - get it? This is not personal – it is business – I don’t care if one of your relatives or friends or neighbors is an elected official. They are accountable – like it or not. It doesn’t matter what level of government – they are elected.

Union Bay Residents' Association - A Front For KIP

Union Bay Residents' Association - A Front For KIP
Union Bay Residents' Association - Created to Promote KIP



Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Kensington Island Properties Going Down Without Water - just my opinion

From what I hear, there was a 'meeting', very secret since no one seems to know who attended the 'meeting'.  

There is no way in hell the landowners of Union Bay are going to allow our water licence (the life of our community) to be ripped from us in order to turn it over to another level of government for no apparent reason.

Kensington Island Properties is not going ahead as it stands today.  

Kensington Island Properties water agreement with Union Bay will not stand up in court.  It is a useless agreement - plain and simple.  

I can and will stop it.

How is it that Kensington Island Properties was to receive a decision on the water transfer problem from a meeting last Thursday?  It appears only Kensington Island Properties knew of such a meeting.  Regional District was unaware as was UBID.  Must be very top secret.  

Bottom line:  Union Bay is being manipulated into turning over the water licence.  A resident who has been researching, advised they were under the impression our water licence couldn't be transferred without changing the Letters Patent.  We really need to know what is going on NOW.  Past history shows decisions are not being made in the best interest of Union Bay.

No one is going to help us - we have to help ourselves and have a say in OUR community.  Write a letter, do something to protect Union Bay.
  • 2006 we're promised Langley Lake won't be on the table as a source for Kensington Island Properties.  
  • 2007 we're told it has to be Langley Lake, and we have to turn over the licence as we're to be part of a regional water supply.
  • 2007 Regional District illegally changes bylaws and water source without public input - (court case successfully challenged RD).
  • 2009 we're told Langley Lake and Union Bay will not be part of Regional Water Supply.
  • 2011 we're told Regional District still expects water licence turnover as it is a condition in the Master Development Agreement with Kensington Island Properties.
  • 2012 Union Bay Improvement District advises Regional District the water licence will NOT be turned over.
  • 2012 Kensington Island Properties declares Union Bay doesn't own the licence.
The Union Bay Improvement District Board needs the landowners to back them up on their stance.  There is absolutely no reason for us to turn over the water licence.  We will be forced to buy the water we now have access to.  We cannot allow our water source to be taken from us.  It's crazy.

Feb. 24, 2010

Regional water supply strategy looks to add Cumberland, Royston

Christiana Wiens
Comox Valley Echo

A committee that looks at the future of the region's water supply is considering adding Cumberland, Royston and Sandwick to the Comox Valley Water system but leaving further developments in Union Bay, Fanny Bay, Black Creek and Oyster River to their own water sources.
The suggestion is just one of the many solutions to water supply being discussed at the regional water supply strategy.
It was released in a Comox staff report to council, outlining the impact of the strategy on Comox taxpayers.
"These are just the preliminary recommendations," said Glenn Westendorp, the town's public works superintendent. But the work so far shows that extending the current system far south and north isn't practical. Instead, Union Bay and other outlying communities would be on their won."They would use one of two options - either ground water or increase the capacity of their existing reservoirs," said Westendorp.
He also writes that the expanded Comox Lake system will require a deep-water intake, treatment plant and new large diameter transmission main at a cost of about $50 million to build.
Another $1.7 million would pay for annual operating costs.
The costs include the operations costs over the lifespan of the infrastructure.
Westendorp says Comox could expect a 100 per cent increase in bulk water rates to pay for the expansion.
Comox and Courtenay residents may have to pay for most of the expansion itself as the costs would be too expensive for smaller jurisdictions.
However, some of the costs could also be 'muted' by development cost charges, billed to developers, after land is developed.
The new members of the Comox Lake Water System would also mean the town would have less voting power on the team that controls the system.
© Comox Valley Echo 2009

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