CVRD gives great customer service after windstorm

They were so on the ball about getting contractors and workers out to take care of fallen trees

CVRD gives great customer service after windstorm

I just wanted to say a big thanks to the CVRD, Brent Wilson, and Brock Tingey in particular.

After the big windstorm, and then again when we had the huge amounts of rainfall in a short period of time, they were so on the ball about getting contractors and workers out to take care of fallen trees, and then sinkholes created by all the rain at Spectacle Lake Park. I have walked there every day for five years with my dog, as have many other doggie folk, and these guys have always been prompt, polite and helpful when issues are reported to them. In a time where “customer service” is not something we can just expect, it’s pretty great to find an organization that provides it as a matter of course.

Sue Page

Malahat

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