Union Bay may be getting access to Natural Gas UPDATE

Subject: Re: Gas line

They called me back yesterday.

Confirmed the request made by UBE and said it is a process that looks at Financial, Environmental and everything else that goes to bringing it in from surrounding areas.

I pointed out that it did not seem beneficial to them with not one house built ?

Another diversion by Developer.

Talking to a resident she shared the following;

Dec 8th 2020

Have you or any of your neighbors know what this is about?

The stakes run from Argyle to Creek.

I called MOT a few weeks ago she said quote I saw the Guy doing that but don’t know who or what it is for.

It says gas on it??

Hello 5 minutes after I emailed you 3 Guys from Fortis were walking across the Street I ran out. 

Union Bay Estates has requested gas to be put in. 

The media person is going to call me by Friday.

Union Bay may be getting access to Natural Gas

Talking to a resident she shared the following;

Dec 8th 2020

Have you or any of your neighbors know what this is about?

The stakes run from Argyle to Creek.

I called MOT a few weeks ago she said quote I saw the Guy doing that but don’t know who or what it is for.

It says gas on it??

Hello 5 minutes after I emailed you 3 Guys from Fortis were walking across the Street I ran out. 

Union Bay Estates has requested gas to be put in. 

The media person is going to call me by Friday.

Union Bay Burial Site

This story was reported by Macleans Magazine and given to me by a local Union Bay resident.

A lost world returns

BY TERRY GLAVIN ·

McKay stands near the taped-off area where his excavator turned up a human skull PHOTOGRAPH BY JEN OSBORNE

Human remains unearthed on Vancouver Island have resurfaced the tragic story of the Pentlatch people

On a sunny day in August, at the controls of a Komatsu 300 excavator, 32-year-old Jesse McKay was pulling up a gnarled and rotted old-growth tree stump on the north side of Washer Creek, just outside Union Bay, a sleepy old Vancouver Island community overlooking the Strait of Georgia about two hours’ drive north of Victoria. A massive commercial and residential project was going in, and McKay was picking up some work there.

Full article, and well worth the read…

https://magazine.macleans.ca/share/article/2895581a-89e4-45c9-a537-b0511fe1cfcf/c59ce1ca-9ade-4366-9392-d50e34575f12