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Shelter sought on Pat Bay

Central Saanich district council and staff will be sending a letter to Pacific Coach Lines requesting that the company consider erecting a shelter at their stop on the Pat Bay Highway in front of the Waddling Dog pub.

Council moved to have staff send the letter after communication was received from users of the bus who noted that there is nowhere for riders to sit and wait, nor is there shelter if they are waiting in poor weather.

Council also discussed the possibility of asking PCL to consider moving the stop to a location with an existing covered shelter if erecting a shelter isn’t an option.

 

 

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