Grannies is on the map at the kiosk.
The map they posted was the recommended map from the Fromme Classification Plan.
DNV said this map was approved at the council meeting last June. It was our understanding that the final map would be based on this map but would result after further consultation since the recommended map had some glaring issues.
We had a meeting where we went over the recommended map and hopefully our recommendations will be considered when they replace the map in January.
They put this map up quickly for a photo op for the election.
The bridge on Cedar trail was half complete Nov 11th. Dieter said it was scheduled to be completed Nov 28th. The DNV had a Bobcat on that road Dec. 4th. It seems this road was not required to put the bridge in.
One rationale for this road would be for emergency vehicles to get access to Cedar trail. But an ATV can't get over the Bridge! DNV land ends between this bridge and the exit of Kirkford where it becomes Lynn Headwaters (Metro Vancouver). It was my understanding that Metro Vancouver didn't want the Cedar trail to be upgraded. Not many people hike this trail since it takes an hour to get to it from where you can park.
So not really sure why district put resources into this road.
The material for the Abelard bridge was carried in by volunteers. It was paid for with a grant from MEC and as a memorial to Lester Barth.
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