Candidates respond: Lynn Miller

If elected, what would you do to try to enhance Sicamous’ position as a four-season destination community?

  • Sep. 25, 2013 3:00 p.m.

 

If elected, what would you do to try to enhance Sicamous’ position as a four-season destination community?

Camping must be the number one accomplishment. It will help spring, summer and fall.

We also need to work on a way to help put the hang-gliders back on our mountain, as that attracts people from all over. Besides it was always wonderful to watch.

Let’s investigate tubing on the river and see if it is possible to start it at various locations.

Perhaps we could have a chat with the CSRD and try a joint partnership to help all of us.

In winter, the biggest complaint is there is nothing to do here at night, so many go to Revelstoke. If we’re doing all the work of keeping trails in great shape, we need a conversation about how to benefit from it.

Perhaps extending Moose Mouse weekend to include lumberjack events could add to our August long weekend, as we have a lot of lumber people in our community.  Let’s try lots.

 

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