Making Lake Country environmentally, socially sustainable

The District of Lake Country is working to create a sustainable Lake Country.

  • Apr. 5, 2013 5:00 a.m.

The District of Lake Country and many of its community partners will be exploring topics important to the community as part of the movement to create a sustainable Lake Country.

Members of the public, business owners and anyone else interested in development of Lake Country is invited to a community meeting on April 13 at the Winfield Memorial Hall from 1 to 5 p.m.

There will be a variety of ways to interact with district community members and give input on what matters most to you and what your ideas are for creating an economically, socially, culturally and environmentally sustainable Lake Country.

At the event there will be input opportunities and discussion on several topics, including:

• Creating local jobs

• Creating a vibrant town centre

• Fostering a creative community

• Providing more transportation options

• Diverse housing options

• Sustainable infrastructure for water and sewer services

• Solid waste management.

Everyone interested in attending can find out more information at www.oursustainablelakecountry.ca.

 

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