On Feb. 19, a meeting was held at the 108 Mile Community Hall to discuss the 108 Mile and Sepa lakes groundwater and wells update, and around 130 people attended.
Our Cariboo Regional District Area G Director Al Richmond and CRD environmental services manager Mitch Minchau presented slides explaining parts of the 108 Mile Water System report, handouts were available.
The PowerPoint presentation was posted on the CRD website (www.cariboord.ca) on Feb. 23.
Owing to the complexity of the project, there will be another meeting.
108 Lions news
The 108 Mile Lions Club bingo nights are still going strong, and the last event attracted 54 players.
The next bingo night is being held on March 13, with doors opening at 6 p.m. and games starting at 7 p.m.
The 108 Mile Ranch Community Association (RCA) is holding games events on today (Feb. 26) and March 12 and 26 at the 108 Mile Community Hall
The RCA games events offer activities, such as darts, crib, cards, Scrabble and other board games. The $2 admission fee includes coffee, tea and light snacks.
For more information, contact Debbie at 250-791-6472.
Rogers Communications Inc. has public consultations underway for a new 104.9-metre (344-foot) guy-wired cell tower to be built on private land approximately 4.3 km west of Highway 97 at 105 Mile.
A group of concerned residents have initiated a door-to-door petition campaigning against a proposed mobile phone tower near Able Lake Road.
Notification packages were sent Jan. 30 to residences within three times the tower height (314.7 metres) providing owners with details on the proposal, but only the two residences adjacent to the tower received an information package in the mail.
For more information, contact to Rogers Communications and CRD planning officer Francesa Sanna at 175 Airport Rd.; 100 Mile House, B.C.; V0K 2E0, and to Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod at 118-475 Birch Ave.; 100 Mile House, B.C.; V0K 2E0.