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Archive: October 2019

Slash Pile Burns in Sandy Hook


The property owner of Private Managed Forest 503 in Sandy Hook intends to dispose of the slash piles from his logging operations by open air burning.

Legacy Fund Cheque Presentation


Representatives from various Sunshine Coast organizations met with Darnelda Siegers, Mayor, Counsellors Matt McLean, Eric Scott and Alton Toth, and Geoff Craig, President of the Sunshine Coast Community Forest to receive cheques from the Legacy Fund.

November 2019 Select & Advisory Committee Meeting Dates


Notice of upcoming select and advisory committee meeting dates for the month of November, 2019.

Notice - retail cannabis applications


The District of Sechelt is considering four Non-Medical Cannabis Retail Store applications referred to it by the provincial Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch. As part of the process, the District of Sechelt must gather the views of residents.

News Release - Visitor Information Kiosks


The District of Sechelt has the first of three visitor information kiosks inside Trail Bay Mall to provide additional visitor services to tourists in convenient locations.

Committee approves Community Forest Grants


Committee of the Whole endorsed the recommendations of the Sunshine Coast Community Forest Legacy Committee to award five grants totaling $285,000 at their October 9 meeting.