NEW BRIDGES ON SLIM CREEK FSR
This is a very positive investment for our community!!! Thank you to Ministry of Forests Cascade Forest District!!!
ROAD 40 EROSION ISSUES
For those of you who didn't see my initial blog post on this issue it is here: http://www.debbiedemare.com/2013/04/our-favorite-topic-and-other-items.html
I also wrote a Director's report to the SLRD board requesting their support on the issue. The board agreed and a letter was sent to the Minister of Transportation.
GUN LAKE BOAT LAUNCH - SOUTH END
As you know the south end Boat Launch at Gun Lake was damaged by ice last winter. It is very difficult to use. A small group of Gun Lake people met recently to discuss its short term and longer term maintenance.
One of the action items out of that meeting was to conduct a survey to see what users of the boat launch think should be done. SO HAVE YOUR SAY!!
FIREARMS DISCHARGE BYLAW - UPDATED
The Firearms Discharge Bylaw has been updated and adopted.
One sign will be erected in each of the 3 areas this year and if required more will be put up next year.
The link to the bylaw and maps is here:
Both the RCMP and the Provincial Government (for hunting regulations) have been advised.
I will make sure that the Community Resource Building has copies of the maps for a minimal charge and also they will put them on the wall somewhere down there.
HAVE YOUR SAY!
By now you probably have figured out that I like to know what you are thinking about various issues. It really helps me determine the approach I take on various issues, and it gives me strength to really be strong when advocating for you the taxpayers of this area. Thank you for participating in all my surveys! You can always call, email, Facebook or Tweet me too!
Survey about the Hurley River Rd. I'm sure you will all enjoy doing this one if you haven't already! Don't forget to keep an eye out at isurvivedthehurley.com for updates and information about the Hurley and roads leading to and from it!
As many of you know our community, and Bralorne in particular, has been dealing with the return of forestry to this area...See my previous blog for info.
Two resolutions, forwarded to SLRD and on to the local government associations have been passed. Similar challenges have cropped up elsewhere in the SLRD and the following letter was written, subsequent to SLRD Board discussions and resolutions:
I would like to also draw your attention to a series of Bulletins put out by the Forest Practices Board which to me see to have balanced and thought through recommendations.
LILLOOET LANDFILL FEES MAY CHANGE
Report & Proposed Bylaw Amendment
Let me know what you think!
VOLUNTEERS FROM GOLD BRIDGE NEEDED