The City of Courtenay and K’ómoks First Nation have signed an historic servicing agreement.

The agreement, for the provision of water and sanitary sewer services to K’ómoks First Nation IR No.2 property on Condensory Road – including the site of the Puntledge RV Campground – was signed at a special ceremony yesterday, Thursday March 17.

The agreement will allow the K’ómoks First Nation to expand the campground and consider other economic development opportunities – http://www.courtenay.ca/EN/meta/news/news-archives/2016-archives/city-of-courtenay-and-k-moks-first-nation-sign-servicing-agreement.html

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A servicing agreement between the City of Courtenay and the K’ómoks First Nation for the provision of water and sanitary sewer services to K’ómoks First Nation IR No.2 property on Condensory Road  ̶  including the site of the Puntledge RV Campground  ̶  was signed at a special ceremony on March 17.

The agreement will allow the K’ómoks First Nation to expand the campground and consider other economic development opportunities. The K’ómoks First Nation has also expressed interest in building a residential housing complex on the property. The signing ceremony was part of the Community 2 Community Forum hosted by the K’ómoks First Nation in their boardroom on Comox Road. 

Read the full press release on the City of Courtenay’s website >>

 

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