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Park Board invites residents to express thoughts regarding buoy placements August 23

By Cultus Lake Park Board


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ecently, the Cultus Lake Lake Park Board (CLPB) undertook a process in which all buoys within the Cultus Lake foreshore area had registration information updated, registered buoys were identified, locations were mapped on GPS, and all buoys were brought into bylaw compliance. During this exercise, it was identified that the buoys in the foreshore are congested and that there are many that are too close to each other, the docks and swim areas.

The CLPB is now asking residents to attend a public meeting to provide input on how to solve buoy challenges. The meeting is Wednesday, August 23, 2017, at 7pm at the Cultus Lake Community Hall, 4220 Columbia Valley Highway

“We know that a strong, engaged community is crucial fort the ongoing success and management of Cultus Lake,” said board chair David Renwick. “we want to come up with ideas on how buoys can be reorganized to make moorings and boats a safer, more efficient and pleasant experience for everyone with the least amount of disruption to the community.”

For those unable to attend the community meeting, the CLPB is accepting comments and ideas via e-mail here by noon September 1, 2017

Parking is free at Lot A from 6:30 – 9:30 pm.

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