Westside sewage info still foggy to reader

Major questions remain about the hows and whats of possible sewage treatment system sites

Re: Westside sitespeak

The site selection process for a sewage treatment plant is in full swing according to recent news.

Royal Colwood Golf Club offers land, for example. Lots of meetings.

However, a visit to westsidesolutions.ca provides very little information from the “technical committee” about what it is that will sit on these sites. What treatment systems and buildings are going to sit in these locations and hence, what might be the impacts?

Surely this is what people want to know when asked for their input: “How will what exists on the site and what its operations are affect me?”

Perhaps an article on the progress of the technical committee might be useful re: impacts and costs.

John Olson

Colwood

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