Monthly Archive: December 2010

Dec 30 2010

2 weeks for Government funding to fix Lumby’s sewage lagoon! Does the Mayor know about this?

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2010_towns_for_tomorrow_program_guide I was amazed to find there’s a BC Government grant – up to $400,000 to upgrade the sewage.

Dec 28 2010

Please Support Bill C-474, Support Canada's Farmers

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From: Priscilla Judd To: Colin Mayes Re: Please Support Bill C-474, Support Canada’s Farmers Date: Tuesday 28 December 2010 Cc: Hon. Gerry Ritz, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Cc: Alex Atamanenko, NDP Agriculture Critic Cc: Hon. Wayne Easter, Liberal Agriculture Critic Cc: André Bellavance, Bloc Québécois Agriculture Critic Dear Colin Mayes, MP I am writing …

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Dec 27 2010

Cartoon – you imagine the picture

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Is economics is a science? Sure, the science of inequalogy!

Dec 26 2010

Lumby log

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I think it was 1981 when we bought our first spruce log for guitar soundboards. Diverting logs from the fate of the lowley 2×4 was of great interest to me – giving the giant trees a life of sound. This is me using a froe to split the bark from one of the wedges which …

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Dec 24 2010

Song of the Wilsey Dam

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My Song of the Wilsey Dam – hope you like it!

Dec 11 2010

Let's review some facts about Lumby

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the sign at the Village entrance said “Welcome to Lumby” on the back it said “come back and live” – We did come back and that was 50 years ago

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Dec 11 2010

Lumby’s Official Community Plan – OCP

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Before any prison can be erected in Lumby – it must conform with the OCP (That’s the law! )

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Dec 11 2010

Lumby Mayor begins to recognize prison opposition

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Did You know that the Shuswap River in Lumby rivals the Sockeye Salmon return at Adams River!
Bring your Green Industry to Lumby and support Middle Shuswap Wild Salmon.

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Dec 07 2010

Priscilla Judd – No support for Lumby Prison

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… support for the prison is just as elusive as the Mayor’s purported reasons for needing one… Priscilla Judd

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