Re: “Higher-earning families part of St. Albert’s appeal,” Saturday, April 3. We moved to St. Albert a little over a year ago, for different reasons than the sadly myopic Perrys.
We came because we found a nicely lived-in home in a mature neighbourhood with green spaces and friendly, generous, good-humoured neighbours. St. Albert appeals to us because it has one of the most innovative food banks in the region, a community garden project, a sense of history, curbside recycling, bicycle paths and a thriving arts community. I truly hope our fine neighbourhood is not tainted by too many low-class folk like the Perrys.
On the other hand, they have to live somewhere and perhaps if they bump into generosity, kindness and good humour often enough, some might rub off.
Billie Miholland, St. Albert