Pelmewash gets input

The public has had what will likely be its final chance at input for the future design of Pelmewash Parkway in Lake Country.

  • Sep. 27, 2013 5:00 p.m.


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The public has had what will likely be its final chance at input for the future design of Pelmewash Parkway in Lake Country.

A meeting was held Tuesday where consultants presented an overview of the  project using ideas submitted by the public and the District of Lake Country for the old highway along Wood Lake.

“It’s a summation of the various features or options that the public has come up with and was presented  as an overview of the various features of the parkway as its proposed,” said Mark Koch, director of  planning.

“The idea is to come away with a concept plan for the future of the parkway.”

Now that the final public consultation is over, the next step will be to present the conceptual plan to Lake Country council some time this year.

“This is the concept plan, then you move forward to a more detailed design looking at how the concept can be accommodated,” said Koch.



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