Not so good for Regina Drive residents

North Cowichan - Re: July 17 park/trail swap What a great deal!

North Cowichan – Re: July 17 park/trail swap What a great deal!

 

The land developer gets to turn an “overgrown buffer zone” park into a driveway, while the rest of the North Cowichan landowners get a trail that they will have to pay more in taxes to maintain.

 

This new “walking trail” will probably turn into another offroad motorized track, just like some of the other trails in the area.

 

I am sure the owners of the property are very happy with this “awesome trade”, but I would guess the residents of Regina Drive are not so happy.

 

Chris Boucher

 

North Cowichan

 

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