A missed opportunity

Opinion Apr 07, 2016 Flamborough Review

Dear Editor,

Re: New library has flaws, March 24

In her letter on the new Waterdown library, Barbara Neat made some good points, but she missed one major one. The overall design must be one of the biggest missed opportunities in recent memory. Waterdown bills itself as a “Victorian Village,” yet there is nothing remotely Victorian about the architecture of our most prominent public building.

Is this what comes from having our town’s affairs managed remotely by a larger city that seems to know and care nothing for our little community?

Tony Carlson

Waterdown

A missed opportunity

Opinion Apr 07, 2016 Flamborough Review

Dear Editor,

Re: New library has flaws, March 24

In her letter on the new Waterdown library, Barbara Neat made some good points, but she missed one major one. The overall design must be one of the biggest missed opportunities in recent memory. Waterdown bills itself as a “Victorian Village,” yet there is nothing remotely Victorian about the architecture of our most prominent public building.

Is this what comes from having our town’s affairs managed remotely by a larger city that seems to know and care nothing for our little community?

Tony Carlson

Waterdown

A missed opportunity

Opinion Apr 07, 2016 Flamborough Review

Dear Editor,

Re: New library has flaws, March 24

In her letter on the new Waterdown library, Barbara Neat made some good points, but she missed one major one. The overall design must be one of the biggest missed opportunities in recent memory. Waterdown bills itself as a “Victorian Village,” yet there is nothing remotely Victorian about the architecture of our most prominent public building.

Is this what comes from having our town’s affairs managed remotely by a larger city that seems to know and care nothing for our little community?

Tony Carlson

Waterdown