Letter - Remove last DCE house

The Regional

January 13, 2010

Your Worship Mayor Trainer & Councillors:

It's been 18 months since I first distributed my letter of September 9, 2008, to several Councillors recommending your council's consideration of requesting the Courts to impose a Writ of Mandamus against the owners of the lands formerly owned and called the Douglas Creek Estates and/or subdivision. I understand there have been no council discussions regarding as mentioned, nor to this most dangerous brick house, purchased and supported by Premier Dalton McGuinty's Liberal Government since 2006.

This would only require your instruction to your lawyer to proceed, asking that the "burnt van skeleton and the destroyed transmission tower be removed from the premises as scrap junk that can indiscriminately block Hwy. #6 Argyle Street in Caledonia.

Most importantly, that this last remaining brick house should be demolished similarly for the same reasons that the first 10 homes were demolished. This last remaining brick house should not be entitled to any political sovereignty, which it has been regarded as by our police and our Ontario political interests.

This last standing brick house represents and is suspected of being an armories building that cannot be searched for illegal automatic guns, ammunitions or explosives, etc. "if any" and is a free place in accommodating bed and breakfast fro the communal meetings of the Fire Warriors of the Six Nations or visiting terrorists.

These accommodations are supplied by Ontario's taxpayers in free electricity, water, sewer and probably heating, and should be removed for a safer environment to the existing adjacent residents of this hazardous situation in Caledonia.

Is it possible for any Councillors to compare or imagine any hypocrisy of laws or enforcement that is being contributed to, than our Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, by supporting and allowing this last house to exist, that has sovereignty and protection from entry or inspection by our police or even any fire departments.

This brick house probably is or can be used as a stronghold for gun play, ammunition storage and terrorism to local residents and in diplomacy, possibly the temporary plywood shack could be left as a shelter monument of recent activities for the Indians.

The Writ of Mandamus by a Superior court would not require Six Nations approval nor any of the County of Haldimand's actions, only the enforcement for Premier Dalton McGuinty's actions to fulfill his proper responsibilities under Court Order and in Caledonia's public safety interests.

The right time has arisen for council's approval to move forward properly giving priority to these issues of Caledonia's residential adjacent dwellings and creating a secured neighborhood within Caledonia.'

G. Jamie C. McMaster

Robert Sorrell, Caledonia