Home septic systems are always a concern in our town. Clearly, everyone needs to get rid of their sewage, but nowadays there are different systems for doing that. At the recent meeting of Coalmont residents with the regional director, Brad Hope, there were some interesting questions raised, and some even more interesting answers.
Regarding this subject, the opening question was “What rights do we have regarding the Cottages of Coalmont?” As everyone knows, this is a proposal for 24 seasonal homes on 26 lots. That was a hot topic, and as it turned out, Brad had already done some research on it. He had determined that the rules regarding septic systems had changed recently. Yes, again. Continue reading Septic Skeptic →
Over the last couple of years, there’s been a pile of garbage near the end of Donald Avenue which seems to get bigger and bigger. It’s like some kind of magnet. Continue reading Time For The Dump →
It’s cold and icy outside and one’s mind is likely to turn to reminiscing about warmer times. It was way back in the summer, but it is worth putting down – just for the record. Another iteration of Tulameen Days, came and went.
The whole week leading up to the big weekend showed a day by day increase in campers, boats, 4WD’s, trailers and motor homes loaded to the gunnels with motor sport toys of all descriptions. This was clearly a major invasion and we saw the usual, and somewhat comical for such a small town, gridlock at Parrish and Main. Continue reading Just For The Record →
The Coalmont Town Meeting Tuesday, January 20, 2009.
Sixteen Coalmontians showed up at our Town Meeting with our RDOS Area H Representative, Brad Hope. The meeting was held in the Coalmont Hotel Pub and various items were discussed which are highlighted below:
Continue reading Town Meeting Report →
Brad Hope is the Rural Pinceton Director for Area-H.
There is going to be a town meeting on Tuesday, January 20 at 7:00 pm at the Coalmont Hotel. Brad Hope wants to get some input from the locals as to what is needed in our area. Continue reading BRAD HOPE – Tuesday 7pm Coalmont Hotel →
Some people in Coalmont have been breaking the law but nobody knew it. Continue reading CULTURAL ICONS GONE →
Wanting to learn a little more about the Coalmont Cottages I originally contacted Murray Wood of Silverado Investments who suggested that I talk with Tom Faliszewski. Tom is the designer of the project and, as it turns out, is the one we often see here working on the first of the Coalmont Cottages. Continue reading THE COTTAGES OF COALMONT ~ Interview with Tom Faliszewski →
A walk down by the old works yard will show something which, to many, is quite frightening. A new subdivision. It looks like Coalmont’s population is about to double. There are fresh white surveyers stakes in a row, even on the side that is zoned industrial, and signs with lot numbers. A pleasant looking little two story house with basement is already framed and construction is moving along. There is a sign advertising “Cottages of Coalmont” Continue reading NEW PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT IN COALMONT ~ What’s In It For Us ? →
Many people that I have spoken with say they don’t know much about it, so I’ll start with a short Continue reading CBM AN ISSUE HERE? →