Letters: Cause for concern

Disputes in Sunriver may cause accident on Sunriver Way

Last week the RCMP visited a number of residents along Sunriver Way.

The officer was making inquires to help in their investigation into an incident where an uphill access road at the end of Sunriver Way had spikes driven into the road bed with the sharp ends up so as to cause the trucks tires to blow out.

There has been a long running conflict with numerous neighbours and a backhoe service and the Sunriver development as to noise, dust and other safety issues as they move thousands of truckloads of earth through the subdivision.

I hope the individual who did this reads this letter and seeks out other, legal ways to resolve their issue with the developer.

Robert E. Campbell

Sooke

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