Signage not the only problem with Highway 3

In 2010, an Area “B”questionnaire had a question about signs along the highway, when I made comments both to our representative at that time

To the Editor:

I have to question if there is an ulterior motive here.

In 2010, an Area “B” questionnaire had a question about signs along the highway, when I made comments both to our representative at that time and the regional district, that signage, billboards, buildings, etc., closer than 300 feet. to the highway had to have a permit from the Transportation Ministry, that they were responsible under the Transportation Act. I was informed that no longer applied, suddenly this Act applies again. Be prepared people… get those “No Park” signs down.

It would be nice if these Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure people would drive the road from Osoyoos to Cawston a few times, perhaps a request to improve the section from Night Hawk Junction to the S corners by the new LSIB structure being built could be made, just saying.

Alyce Coggan, Cawston,


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