Field Notes of the Beach

Fellow Bruce Beachers, you will find a letter and file attached to this email. Your Executive is moving forward with a request to have all trees (especially the willows) removed from Bruce Beach. If you have any questions or concerns please contact me.

I must mention that I had great assistants who understood the technical side of creating the attached files. I couldn't have done this without the tireless help from Mary Jane Finlayson, Bill Droine, and Susan Davidson. We all owe them a high five and a beer the next time you see them walking the beach.

My hope is that the Township will agree to use whatever machines are necessary to remove all trees. They will not remove the natural beach grasses. If not then I will be approaching the Province to give us back control of the beach front. The agreement between the Township and the Province stipulates that the Township will provide recreational space for the residents of Huron-Kinloss Township.

Brian MacEachern

Link to field report

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