will have another month to stay at ‘s Muchalat Lake since local authorities are working with the province to come up with ways to ensure that the is open all year, a report said.
Located 23 minutes from the north of Gold River, thewas initially planned to close on September 7. Still, that date was extended until October 4, when residents contacted District director Graham Cameron to reconsider the closure.
The closure has been extended yet again. Theis allowed to remain open until November 1 to enable discussions.
At the beginning of September, Gold River mayor Brad Unger said that the reason behindthe was “continued damage and mistreatment of property.”
The village of Gold River will be working with the Strathcona Regional District and any other user groups that use the , as well as and . to “find a solution to permit the to remain open for the winter season,” according to the website of the village.
“We encourage any user group that is willing to be part of the solution to contact the Village office at [email protected] or 250-283-2202,” says the post on their .
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