What do you think? about Weeping Cedar Woman?

?Should the district of Tofino buy The Weeping Cedar Woman statue and bring her home? a) Yes.

b) No.

c) Yes but Ucluelet should pay 50% and the statue should be placed at the junction.

d) Yes, Tofino should foot the whole bill and then use the statue to invest in the Pacific Rim Visitors Centre.

Last week’s results: 56% said Spot on. Tofino should get cracking on getting a sewage plant. 31% said Tankers are a far bigger threat to the coast than Tofino’s sewage. 5% said Quit picking on Tofino. They are doing their best to adress it. 4% said Easy for Victoria to fix theirs, they have tons of money in comparison. 3% said Sewage is natural and not as big a problem as people are making it.

Read The Westerly News next week for results of the online vote.

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