Glace Bay Man Urges Those With Transit Concerns To Attend Meeting
A Glace Bay man concerned about cuts to Transit Cape Breton is urging those with similar concerns to make their voices heard at tomorrow night’s budget consultation meeting in Reserve Mines. Bill Davies says people have to speak out against plans to cut 200 hours from the bus service before it’s too late. In October, Davies took a petition protesting the cuts to Mayor Cecil Clarke who passed it along to the province. Davies says people who are upset about the cuts have been approaching him and phoning him, and adds tomorrow night’s meeting is the time to express those concerns. The meeting at the Reserve Mines Fire Hall is scheduled to get underway at 6:30 tomorrow evening.