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Town staff have recently heard complaints about overgrown shrubbery around town.
The town showed off a new speed board at the recent Public Works meeting. The board will be used to collect random traffic data.
Starting in January, Lake Cowichan residents will be separating organic waste into a different receptacle for pick up.
Zoning issues came up in a recent town hall meeting.
Construction to start in November on a new gender-neutral washroom at Lakeview Park, as discussed in last month's CLEC meeting.
Thursday's windstorm ravages Cowichan Lake area, causes power outages and devastation
Halloween events took place in Lake Cowichan, Honeymoon Bay and Youbou.
This month will see ground broken on the town’s two new lighted crosswalks.
Lake Cowichan held naming ceremony for new town square on Oct. 31.
Town of Lake Cowichan: The Municipal All Candidates Forum took place Monday night at Centennial Hall from 7 to 9 p.m.
RCMP sent out a bulletin recently warning of a new scam targeting businesses to watch out for.
Last Friday Pat Weaver, on behalf of the Cowichan Lake Community Forest Co-op, presented a cheque for $1000 to the Cowichan Lake Food Bank.
A recent report released by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business ranked Lake Cowichan as the ‘best municipality in BC.’
The Computer Access Program, through the Government of Canada, provides computer and internet access to people who don’t have it.
Cowichan Green Community hosted free composting workshop in Centennial Hall on Nov. 1 in support of Lake Cowichan's new community garden.
Palsson Elementary School held a retirement ceremony for principal Jann Drake on Oct. 27.
South Shore Cabinetry wins gold and silver at CARE awards in Victoria in late September.
Team Myrden of Lake Cowichan to represent BC in the 2014 Travelers Curling Club Championship in late November.
Residents of Lake Cowichan and the surrounding communities no longer need to restrict water consumption as winter rains fall.
Youbou hosts first annual Jean Cozens Memorial Pickleball Tournament this Saturday at Youbou Hall. Spectators and challengers are welcome.