Letters: Business deserves support

Local disposal business needs to relocate somewhere in Sooke

As a frequent user of Sooke Disposal’s drop off site, I was disturbed to hear of the site closure.

My first thought? I am glad there is a locked gate on Butler Mainline. Hopefully the Winters family can find a new spot soon.They have provided a much needed service to the Sooke area for a long time and deserve local support.

Richard Benson

Sooke

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