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Is city going to the dogs?

By: Letter to the Editor

 | Dec 16, 2013 - 2:09 PM |
Re: Article “City looks at Second Ave. As site for pet cemetery,” which appeared in the Dec. 5 edition of Northern Life.

Why should the city consider the plot of land between the civic cemetery and the dog park on Second Avenue as a potential site for a pet cemetery?

Would it not be a brighter idea to keep the land available for a future expansion of the civic cemetery?

Ron Henderson reports that Waters Cemetery in Walden, St. John’s in Garson and Maple Crest in Onaping Falls are nearly full. Doggone it, should not our civic leaders plan ahead just a little bit?

And where will the city find the money to maintain these pet cemeteries down the line? This could become a vicious circle. Sort of like a dog chasing its own tail isn’t it? I hope I am not barking up the wrong tree. Maybe I should just “roll over and play dead,” so to speak. It seems Sudbury is going to the dogs anyway.

Jacques E. Trottier
Greater Sudbury

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