To the editor:
Re: "Poodle on a pole perplexes Main Street resident," Jan. 9.
I live close to Main Street, and I love its vibrant culture from the Downtown Eastside to the Punjabi Market. The poodle sculpture is the stupidest thing I've ever seen. Instead of making unilateral decisions about neighbourhood art, the folks at City Hall, and their partners, should have a contest and ask people to vote on what they would like to see in their neighbourhood. Things more relevant to the history of the area would be far more apropos. We are the people who have to look at this stuff when we are out and about. Why don't we have a say?
Anne Marie Goodfellow, Vancouver