Sooke council preview: Dog parks and biffies

Council meeting tonight at 7 p.m.

A proposed dog park, options for public washrooms, and an opportunity to use wood from Lot A for are among the items Sooke council will consider tonight at a special council meeting.

• The developer of View Point Estates wants to donate lands to the district for a dog park area to complement the existing park area. If the park is not subdivided soon, the land will be sold.

• A staff report is giving council several options for public washrooms in the community. The three types include pit plumbed and wired or fully automatic. Cost for supply and maintenance increase significantly at each level, along with problematic issues as well as risks. Council has earmarked John Phillips Memorial Park as a priority for a public washroom.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Sooke Municipal Hall, located at 2225 Otter Point Rd.

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