David Shebib

Election 2014: Mayoral candidate David Shebib

District of Oak Bay: Shebib, David — Mayor candidate

  • Nov. 6, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Do you live in Oak Bay?

I live with Oak Bay.

 

Is a deer cull necessary?

Absolutely not. In fact, as mayor I will be using every means at my disposal to initiate a moratorium on commercial development to help begin easing the psychotic intrusion on nature that the Crown has practiced to this point.

 

How do you see the future of development in Oak Bay (secondary suites, multi-family dwellings)?

I see a massive release of anxiety when people can have their friends and family stay in trailers and tents on their driveways and lawns. I see a lot of people having literal nervous breakdowns witnessing community like they have never seen. I see gardens and angelic refugee camps. I see a culture of stoic austerity regaling in the colonial correction. I see the hard lives of free people. Patience be with us.

 

What area of the OCP should be addressed first?

Its existence.

 

What is your vision for sewage treatment in Oak Bay?

Humanure.

 

What do you think is the most important issue to address in our community?

People don’t know what they are and they don’t know how to trust and its made them crazy.

 

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