Bralorne locals deny version of skatepark removal 

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Shaw also says he has all of the public meetings on video, "In case anything every had to go to court."

"I made sure there was more than just my record keeping."

He said he went into every meeting with the best intentions of winning over people, and said some residents refused to listen.

Shaw also said he had witnesses to events that would back his side of the story. He said it’s possible that Canjar and others may have their own perspective on events, but says he is telling the truth and that the people in town didn’t make any effort to see things from his perspective.

"They hold one softball tournament a year outside of the recreation centre – that’s their justification for wrecking my skatepark?" asked Shaw.

Shaw also stands by his own records of events, which he said were as detailed as he could make them.

The reporter did attempt to call residents of Bralorne before the story was published, but one resident refused to comment and another could not be reached.

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