Dear Editor:

The Radium Lodge was a favorite spot for my wife and I to visit. It is a truly fitting building with the Radium Hot Spring pools and I cannot imagine sitting in the pool and not glancing toward this unique building that has earned its place beside the hot springs.

Whereas I would support an argument to limit further development, ripping away something that is now a part of the heritage in Radium is absurd and a fallacious ecological argument.

If you want to talk about interfering with ecology, the vehicle activity on Highway 93 has a million times more impact than this humble stationary lodge. This is a decision that needs to be reversed before the lodge is destroyed.

James Jackson