Council to consider approval of Temporary Use Permit

District of Clearwater council moved to consider approval of a Temporary Use Permit to allow logging camp on industrial land.

Map shows site where proposed camp would be located.

During a special meeting District of Clearwater council moved to consider approval of a Temporary Use Permit to allow Clusko Properties Ltd, owner of 329 Clearwater-100 Mile FSR to allow a logging camp on industrial land.

The proposed camp would consist of a main modular building and possible secondary modular units with up to a maximum of 25 bedrooms.

Disposal of parks

Clearwater Council has decided to dispose of the following parks: Fawn Road Park, Grizzly Heights, Lake Summit, Ogden Road and Wildwood Road/Hydro.

Chief Administrator Office Leslie Groulx noted the parklands would be disposed of as outlined in the Community Charter/Local Government Act, and said the funds must be used for new parkland acquisitions.

“Council reviewed the liability issues with each of the 22 District Parks in deciding which ones to dispose of,” said Mayor Harwood.

More sand for Dutch Lake Beach

District of Clearwater plans to order a load of sand for the Dutch Lake Beach and to replace the wood in front of the picnic tables.

Canoe Regatta

Canoe Regatta returns to Dutch Lake Beach on Sept. 10

District to provide scholarships

 

District of Clearwater plans to look at ways to support the Simpcw First Nation Golf Tournament to be held in September (donation to youth scholarships), and to commit to providing scholarships for Clearwater Secondary students, for a three year period.

 

 

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