Letters: Quake will affect many

More than Jordan River will suffer if earthquake hits

Re: BC Hydro expropriating 11 properties at Jordan River.

It seems to me that if the South Island is hit with a level 9 or greater earthquake, there will be a whole lot more damage and causalties to contend with then those 11 properties in Jordan River.

I have to wonder what the real reasoning is behind this scheme.

R. Benson

Otter Point

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