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Letter: West Kelowna could use some busy beavers

To the editor:

Further to Mr. Stevenson’s letter of June 24, 2014. (Beavers Will Deal With Trees Blocking Kelowna Yacht Club)

Please send those beavers to 2831 Lakeview Rd. in West Kelowna. They will have a field day with 250 linear feet of approximately 20-30 foot by six foot wide unkempt cedars which shed extensively, block the view, etc.

City of Kelowna has a bylaw restricting the height of hedges and fences. West Kelowna does not.

Please help.

Ann Brough,

West Kelowna

 

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