Noisy QB beach

I agree with recent letter writer Robert Berry when he made reference to the noisy motorcycles around Qualicum Beach.

I agree with recent letter writer Robert Berry when he made reference to the noisy motorcycles around Qualicum Beach.

We live between the Visitor Centre and the Shady Rest and the noise here is crazy. Every summer it’s the same.

We have to keep our patio door closed from Thursday at 11 a.m. until at least Sunday at 7 p.m. To sit on our deck and relax is mission impossible — even reading a book is a challenge.

The Town of Qualicum Beach should put yellow speed bumps and a 30km/h sign along the beach so our kids and the elderly will feel safe crossing the street to the beach.

Traffic goes too fast around here — do something Qualicum Beach because a lot of people are fed up.

Isabelle Leggett

Qualicum Beach

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