|By Jo Anne Malpass
From meetings with elected officials and media to petitions and public protests, residents of Turtle Valley have been expressing their opposition to having Class B biosolids from the City of Kamloops sewage treatment plant spread on a local ranch.
A group of around 60 people talked about their concerns at a meeting in Turtle Valley in April, with Connie Seaward spearheading community efforts to halt this project. Along with a letter writing campaign to all levels of government, they have since met with MLA Todd Stone, regional district director Ken Gillis and Village of Chase council. Signs were printed and a protest was held April 27 at Kamloops City Hall.
…..read the whole story on the front page of this issue of the Kicker
In other news….
- Area Roads Update pg. 12
- CSRD Annual Report by the Numbers pg. 20
- Caribou Recovery Plans Spark Concern at CSRD pg. 24
- Local Community Groups Working Together pg. 28
Calendar of Events North Shuswap
- Mother’s Day Celebrations pg.3
- May long Weekend Free Concert on the Lake pg. 44
- Jon, Evan & Kyra Band at the Hub May Long
- 101st Falkland Stampede May long Weekend
- Classic Car Swap at White Post Auto MuseumMay 11
- Wine Stein Dine June 8 at Celista hall
- ……Read details and more calendar of events on page 58
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