Questions that need answers

Staff writer
February 22, 2013 01:00 AM


Why did Sechelt mayor and council hold complete in-camera meetings for the design and selection of contractors, for this project without holding public meetings?

Why spend money to build facilities to demonstrate new technologies andcreate a centre for training of industry staff?

The greenhouse for the sanitary sewer treatment facilities in Le Lude's Franceis located on the outskirts of the Town of Lude's ona lot surrounded by fields 200 meters from houses.

Under European climate conditions, a greenhouse can maintain the ambient temperatures of at least 6 to 8 C necessary for the plants to thrive.

Why has mayor and council not investigated other successful sanitary sewer treatment facilities in B.C. - municipalities, such as the City Penticton where treated sewage effluent is used to irrigate parks, golf courses,etc.? Treatment facilities haveone of the lowest operating costs charged to property owners, than are charged in other B.C. municipalities.

Why was the 7.2-acre site "L" owned by the District of Sechelt, off lower Dusty Road not selected?

Arthur Whistler


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