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Mobile devices to help process reservations at Langdale terminal

Mobile devices to help process reservations at Langdale terminal

Langdale will remain a non-ticketed terminal 
Lack of accessible transit drives Coast businesses to launch not-for-profit

Lack of accessible transit drives Coast businesses to launch not-for-profit

A rate structure is still being worked out
Water conservation and alternative transportation focus of sustainable tourism push

Water conservation and alternative transportation focus of sustainable tourism push

“The aim is to assist business, visitors and residents [to] take simple actions that reduce our ecological footprint"
Warmer-than-usual weather could trigger more SCRD water restrictions

Warmer-than-usual weather could trigger more SCRD water restrictions

“We were lucky enough that the heat wave occurred … early in the summer"
Minister to ‘encourage’ BC Ferries to look at service improvement ideas

Minister to ‘encourage’ BC Ferries to look at service improvement ideas

Letter comes in response to one sent by Sechelt Mayor Darnelda Siegers after cancelled trial
Sechelt council approves additional $600K for airport lighting

Sechelt council approves additional $600K for airport lighting

It is expected to take four months to install the lighting
Drag racing’s future at Sechelt airport uncertain after council denies request

Drag racing’s future at Sechelt airport uncertain after council denies request

Association says lack of in-person meetings due to COVID-19 impeded dialogue
Mayor, corporate officer acknowledge Lytton fire

Mayor, corporate officer acknowledge Lytton fire

Mayor Beamish took a moment at the July 6 regular council meeting to address the destruction in the village of Lytton
Coopers Green Hall project will move ahead

Coopers Green Hall project will move ahead

Plans to continue design process, prepare budget adopted at July 8 board meeting 
B.C. free from COVID-19 deaths, outbreaks over 24 hours

B.C. free from COVID-19 deaths, outbreaks over 24 hours

New-infection rate falls; nearly 80% of British Columbians now vaccinated at least once.