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Arts supporters 'whining penniless beggars'


  |  Posted: Saturday, Dec 28, 2013 06:00 am

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Art in St. Albert seems to be a vision of money growing on trees.

It is clear that the questionable 28,000 visitors, including the three dogs, two cats and the budgie did not plant any money trees during their visits.

All the talk of incredible artists, Borealis bricks and mortar, polished and brilliant, cultural investment, steeped in history, does not translate into anything other than the wearing of rose-coloured glasses to suck cash from the taxpayer.

Stop the begging and sell some of that “Pie in the Sky” valuable and wonderful so-called art, then we would all be home and free.

At least two hard-working people in the city voted for Hughes, and their voice will be heard above the crowd of St. Albert's “historical” constant whining penniless beggars.

J.W. Smith, St. Albert


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