Cultus open house until Nov.28

Cultus Lake Golf Club is hosting an open house for residents and business owners to discuss the future vision of Cultus Lake Park.

Visit the Cultus Lake Golf Club open house until Nov. 28 to provide input on the future vision for Cultus Lake Park.

Cultus Lake Park Board and the Fraser Valley Regional District have been working together to develop a future land use plan for Cultus Lake Park.

The document proposes several possible avenues for development in the community, including potential residential, infrastructural, environmental and recreational upgrades.

The various renditions and aspects of the plan have garnered mixed reactions of support and opposition from the community.

Resident and general manager of Cultus Lake Golf Club Jeff Bahnman has come up with ideas of his own to promote environmental and economic sustainability at the park, utilizing space within and around the golf course.

Bahnman encourages businesses and residents to come together to determine how to best approach the future of Cultus Lake Park.

Bahnman is presenting his vision in an open house at Cultus Lake Golf Club (4000 Columbia Valley Hwy). Visit the banquet room between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. until November 28.

 

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