Site plan. (Submitted)

Public meeting set for March 1 on telecommunications facility in Coombs

61-metre self-support structure proposed

Rogers is inviting members of the public to comment on a proposed telecommunications facility in Coombs.

A public meeting is set for March 1 (4 p.m to 7 p.m.) at Arrowsmith Hall (1014 Ford Rd., Coombs).

The proposal calls for a 61-metre tall self-support structure and ancillary radio equipment situated on private land in Coombs.

Anyone may also comment on this matter by the end of business on March 25, by calling 778-870-1388, or emailing briangregg@sitepathconsulting.com

— NEWS Staff

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