Follow up to message to the township

Fellow Beachers,

The beach itself is looking great in some areas, while in some parts it is impassable. Please see attached picture. Last evening I went before the Town Council and although they haven't made a decision I feel they will not take machinery along the beach to remove the various clumps of willows or poplar trees. As well there will not be a heavy garbage pickup or extended regular service of garbage/recycling pickup for the cottages on private roads. I did not feel well received at the meeting.

As soon as I get the Town's written decision on the above items I will forward them.

Please change my phone number in your BB book if you wish to contact me. My old number will soon be gone. My new cell number is 519 374 5372.

Brian MacEachern


Bruce Beach Cottager’s Association

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