MORE MONEY FOR HOUSING: Members of the Qualicum Beach town council

Town continues contributions the Kiwanis housing project in Qualicum Beach

Mayor said the money was paid out of a fund the town created by charging developers $2,000 for every non-affordable housing unit they built

  • Feb. 12, 2015 6:00 p.m.

MORE MONEY FOR HOUSING: Members of the Qualicum Beach town council, past and present, presented a cheque for $115,000 to the Qualicum-Parksville Kiwanis Housing Society last week. Mayor Teunis Westbroek said the money was paid out of a fund the town created by charging developers $2,000 for every non-affordable housing unit they built. Above are, from left, Guy Slavik (Kiwanis), Bill Luchtmeijer, Mary Brouillette, Dave Willie, Joan Armstrong (Kiwanis), Michelle Generaux (Kiwanis), Teunis Westbroek, Patrick Weber (Kiwanis), Anne Skipsey, Neil Horner and Barry Avis.

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