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TSB watchlist: wishfull thinking

TSB watchlist: wishfull thinking

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) released its safety issues watchlist last week.
Not a zero waste community

Not a zero waste community

In the June 12 Coast Reporter, there was a Q&A from the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) about recycling. In the last paragraph, it said that "single stream recycling" is a good method if done properly.
We can all be trail stewards

We can all be trail stewards

In the letter written by Hans Penner (Coast Reporter, June 12), Hans accurately points out that we are all blessed to be living in such a beautiful place.
SCTS seeks common voice

SCTS seeks common voice

At their May 27 meeting, the Sunshine Coast Trails Society (SCTS) made a PowerPoint presentation with symbols representing all trail users, from hikers to horse riders to ATVs.
Both needs are legitimate

Both needs are legitimate

I noted that the plans for the expansion of St. Mary's Hospital includes single rooms for patients (Coast Reporter, June 12).
Public has a right to be concerned

Public has a right to be concerned

Cathie Roy (Cathie's comments, June 12 issue) missed the point of the meeting on June 10 regarding a transition house at 545 Pratt Road. A good listener would have realized that the main focus of concern was "location.
Dig deep before passing judgement

Dig deep before passing judgement

I would like to comment on your question of the week, Are you in favour of the VisionQuest facility on Pratt Road? Although I think the question is timely, I think the wording is very misleading.
Check speeders on Park

Check speeders on Park

Now that speeding through the Gibsons and Area Community Centre has been addressed (Coast Reporter, May 22), how about on Park Road itself? Gibsons town trucks, taxicabs, commercial trucks, dads, moms, RCMP all drive more then the posted speed limit
Religion can be left out of grad

Religion can be left out of grad

Firstly I would like to congratulate the grad classes of 2009.
Too many questions, no answers

Too many questions, no answers

I am curious why we on Pratt Road, who would rather not have a recovery/transition house in our neighbourhood, are being labelled as extremists and out of control? The people that get into recovery houses have made choices in their lives which lead t