LETTERS: Finish repainting Otter Point Road lines

In June, September and November, I requested the lines on Otter Point Road be repainted.

The reason for my request was most of the road curves had little or no visible lines on them.

Recently, I noticed some lines were repainted. However, only a portion of the road was completed as work crews stopped at Burr Drive.

From Burr Drive to the end of Otter Point that Sooke is responsible for six or seven curves that have little or no visible lines on them.

This section of the road is extremely dangerous, particularly at night and early morning.

On behalf of everyone who uses the road – please finish the job.

Garry McInnis

Sooke

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