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Sea to Sky Infrastructure

July 29 - Lions Bay Infastructure Announcement with Public Works team and Nikki

With Mayor Buhr and the Public Works Dept. in Lions Bay along with MP Weston to present an infrastructure award from the Province for $123,008. The federal government and the municipality respectively matched the funding. The watershed for the Village of Lions Bay is located in unstable terrain subject to flooding. This funding will improve the resiliency of the village’s infrastructure with preventative measures including mitigating existing rock fall, debris torrent and high water main pressure hazards. The project will also include road safety and infiltration intake improvements at both Harvey & Magnesia Creeks. The total cost of the project is $369,024.

BC Air Access Program

Aug 17 Squamish Airport - Large Size

As part of the BC Air Access Program, the District of Squamish received $123,000 for re-paving of the airport apron, the taxiway connecting the apron to the runway and for taxilanes that provide access to aviation parking. The funding helps to manage the safety of aircraft movement at the facility. Sea to Sky Air, Glacier Air and Blacktusk Air operate helicopter and fixed-wing service from the airport. The Squamish Airport is an important resource in the corridor for medevac purposes.

Opening of the Whistler Olympic Plaza Ice Rink

With Mayor Nancy Wilhelm-Morden and young skaters at the opening of the Whistler Olympic Plaza Ice Rink.

Hockey and Figure Skaters at the Opening

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