District of Sooke to survey horseshoe lands

The District of Sooke will begin surveying land at 2250 Sooke River Rd. next week

  • Jul. 8, 2015 8:00 a.m.

The District of Sooke will begin surveying land at 2250 Sooke River Rd. next week for the establishment of a horseshoe pitch.

Council’s committee of the whole Monday also decided to get an estimate cost of clearing the land and will determine if the property is usable as a horseshoe pitch.

The Sooke Horseshoe Pitching Club has been in negotiations with the city since June 2011 for horseshoe pitching facilities.

 

 

 

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