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Brownsburg-Chatham Council Approves Request To Purchase Land For Campground Expansion

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Quebec‘s Brownsburg-Chatham Council has adopted a notice of motion and tabling of regulation to purchase two parcels of land on Route des Outaouais (Route 344) to expand the municipal campground.

Director-General Jean-Francois Brunet said that the additional space will allow for off-season storage on site for boats that normally dock at the marina in the summer months. This will also create 30 to 40 new campsites, a report said.

The cost of buying the land is CA$430,000.

Eleven new sites were already added to the campground recently. The town believes that they will generate about CA$50,000 more in earnings per year.

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