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Back Opinion Opinion/Editorial Letters Quiet on the golf course please

Quiet on the golf course please

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Residents complaining of Pt. Roberts Golf Course noise

Editor:

A noise has been heard for five, six, seven hours, almost daily, in spring, summer and fall, but less often in winter. Those living between 1st  and 8th avenues assume B.C. Ferries or Westshore Terminals makes it, and nothing can be done to stop it; however, these assumptions are wrong. For those of us living between 1st Avenue and the border, it's a penetrating drone whose origin is easy to pin point: the Point Roberts Golf and Country Club's maintenance machinery. PRGCC is claiming, yet again, that our complaints are "the first" it "has heard", and it's balking at the cost of quiet equipment; however,Whatcom County has assured us that PRGCC, which is applying for 55 building permits, can afford it.

Help end this noise before spring by emailing Whatcom County executive Pete Kremen: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; with CC's to Delta mayor and council: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; and M.P. John Cummins: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

And join our anonymous email update at 604-948-5149.

Our Beach Grove and Tsawwassen courses operate quietly, so PRGCC can, too.

Greg J. Edward

Delta

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