Residents object to B&B
oper to further discuss the matter.
“In relation to recent applications for Crown Land, it’s the town’s policy not to approve applications for Crown Land within town boundaries that is reserved for town usage.”
The committee recommended approval in principle for a quarry, subject to other government approval.
Town Manager Ed Fradsham said he would like it to go on record “that a small portion of that land is in dispute.”
Coun. Clarence Mercer said, “On Thursday afternoon we’re hosting 70 people from the Department of Tourism.”
From noon to 3:15 p.m. they’ll be at the Masonic Lodge, for a portion of A Time in Pigeon Inlet, he said. Then they’ll go to the council chambers, visit the museum and art gallery and the walking trail and finish up with a mussel boil at Three Sisters (beach).
In July, Victoria LOL 3 Museum and Playhouse will be putting off their first performance of A Soldier’s Heart, the councillor added.
Coun. Phil Wood suggested leaving a copy of the draft Heritage regulations at the town office for viewing over the next two weeks.
“That will allow any response from the public in time for the next meeting,” he said.
Mayor Glenn Littlejohn chaired the meeting attended by Deputy Mayor Melvin Walsh and Councillors Gerald Greenland, Bill Seymour, Clarence Mercer, Walter Yetman and Philip Wood.