|By Jo Anne Malpass
Saturated soil from warm weather and rain is being blamed for a February 8 landslide starting on Vickers Trail in Anglemont and resulting in a home on Hudson being knocked off its foundation, said Area Highways Manager Peter Gooch.
Runoff from a water fall coming down from above Vickers had been directed to a culvert further down the road. There is no record of a functioning culvert in that area, said Gooch, although there could have been a remnant of an old one buried deep before the subdivision took place.
Read more on the front page of this issue of the Kicker.
In other news….
- RCMP ask for help to identify suspect in Sunnyside Theft pg.9
- Reinbrecht Trial More Delays pg. 12
- Enough is Enough – group of North Shuswap citizens are working together to find a solution to clean up abandoned buildings. Pg. 16
- Chase Treatment Plant Grand Opening. Pg. 18
- $35,000 raised to kick-start 2015 Shuswap trail projects. Pg. 19
Calendar of Events pg. 39
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